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 Programming With Apache XMLBeans

Discover how Apache XMLBeans is revolutionizing data binding.

Apache XMLBeans is used for XML data binding. It is immensely powerful in that it supports the full W3C XML Schema specification, unlike other data-binding techniques that support only a subset of it. It is also surprisingly easy to use for developers who are accustomed to object-oriented manipulations. With XMLBeans, you can access and manipulate the data contained in an XML document using Java classes.

 (Submitted by Kevin Krouse Thu Sep 30, 2004 )


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