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Owais Zahid
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Joined: Nov 11, 2009
Posts: 21
I have an xml like this :

<Zoo>
<Lion>
<Zebra>
....
</Zoo>

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And on my java project , i have an abstract class "Animal" and all the animals (like lion , zebra ) extends from it.

How can i unmarshal my xml to my class "Zoo" that contains a "List<Animal> animalList".



I hope, i explained my scenario clearly. Can someone please help me. So far i am unable to successfully unmarshal my xml file to List of Animals. Please help

-Owais
William Brogden
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Why are you saying "unmarshal"?

We usually speak of parsing XML so it sounds like there are some additional requirements you are not describing.

Bill

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Owais Zahid
Greenhorn

Joined: Nov 11, 2009
Posts: 21
Bill , i am using JAXB that is why i used the terminology of "un-marshalling".

If you can help me that what sort of Annotations (XML ELEMENT or INTERCEPTOR ) i need to write in order to map all the tags (like lion , zebra blah blah) to my list of animals.



 
 
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