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Castor Mapping

 
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How can i write mapping.xml file for the xml which looks like

<Book>
<Author name="ABC">ABC PUBLICATION</Author>
<Author name="XYZ">XYZ PUBLICATION</Author>
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<Book>

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I think your question will be better answered in 'XML and related technologies' forum.

Here is the take on castor question. My understanding of castor is that depending on a xsd you feed to the castor api, it will create the necessary classes which will be used to gererate your xml.

Are you having trouble creating these xml generation classes?
 
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Moving to XML...
 
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