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JAXB - Weird Problem in unmarshling

Em Aiy
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I am receiving a valid XML from server. lets say

**XSD**


**XML**




Could someone guide me what would be possible reason? I am unable to debugg from where should i start.
the **nestedChild** is optional. so whenever JAXB parse the xml, it parse it in a way that if my xml doesn't have nestedChild, it shows 1 (empty object). if it has one nestedChild it shows 2, one valid and the other is empty. the transformation of valid child is okay, and obviously when the system try to convert empty object it throws exception ..




its jaxb v 1.3

The difference between <b>failure</b> and <b>success</b> is often being <b>right</b> and being <b>exactly right</b>.
 
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