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jaxb is frustrating....

 
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Hi...
I am new to jaxb(java arch. for xml binding). one thing i dont understand is although i need only 4 jar files for using jaxb why am i required to download and install 46 mb web services developer pack ? and second thing that irritates is ..i am using weblogic 8.1 then why i need to install tomcat which comes with wsdp?
please suggest me some lean and clean way to get jaxb running....Thanks!
 
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Originally posted by tapasvi vaishnav:
Hi...
I am new to jaxb(java arch. for xml binding). one thing i dont understand is although i need only 4 jar files for using jaxb why am i required to download and install 46 mb web services developer pack ? and second thing that irritates is ..i am using weblogic 8.1 then why i need to install tomcat which comes with wsdp?
please suggest me some lean and clean way to get jaxb running....Thanks!


Well!.. previously Sun was shipping jaxb as a seperate jar but now with others as a packs.
If you using weblogic 8.1, then you don't need tomcat. they might have shipped it assuming that the user have no standalone server.
Simple thing is!,If you want to use it command prompt,Just take the jar files that you need for jaxb, set them to your classpath or to ANT and start using it. (you might have already done this).
To use with servlets/jsp add the required jar files to your lib folder of your webcontext.
If you want to use webservice, better download apache axis.
 
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