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JAXB - efault parser?

 
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JAXB uses which parser for Marshalling and UnMarshalling?
 
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Hi,

JAXB is a standard.
Which parser is used depends on the implementation of the standard. Sun JRE uses Apache Xerces; other JREs may use something else.
 
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The MOXy JAXB implementation (http://www.eclipse.org/eclipselink/moxy.php) uses what ever JAXP parsers are configured for your VM. I believe the Metro JAXB implementation (https://jaxb.dev.java.net/) also works this way.
 
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...Sun JRE uses Apache Xerces; other JREs may use something else.



Actually this statement is not accurate. In the Java 1.4 release, Sun included a "Sun" version of the Xerces XML parser in the standard Java Reference Implementation. They did not include the Apache Xerces application. Results of industry studies have demonstrated that the Apache
version exceeds the standard Java package version in speed and performance.

 
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