Re: Project still maintained?

2013-07-23 Thread Peter Keller
On Mon, 2013-07-22 at 14:16 -0500, jzh...@ximpleware.com wrote: I think vtd-xml is quite comparable to xml bean,... Looking at the vtd-xml web site on sourceforge, I am struggling to see much similarity with XMLBeans beyond the superficial one that they both operate on XML-format data. From my

re: Project still maintained?

2013-07-23 Thread Bill Stafford
Peter Keller is correct, VTD is no substitute for XMLBeans. I would class the email suggesting that it was as spam. The next best approach, if XMLBeans is not an option, would be JAXB. But JAXB is nothing like XMLBeans so I would not call JAXB an equivalent, just a substitute. -=bill

Re: Project still maintained?

2013-07-23 Thread Elvis Stansvik
2013/7/23 Bill Stafford bstaff...@artificialmed.com Peter Keller is correct, VTD is no substitute for XMLBeans. I would class the email suggesting that it was as spam. The next best approach, if XMLBeans is not an option, would be JAXB. But JAXB is nothing like XMLBeans so I would not

Re: Project still maintained?

2013-07-23 Thread Pascal Heus
We're using XmlBeans in several of our projects and haven't found anything else out there that does the job like it, particularly when it comes to dealing with substitution groups and other advanced schema features. Would very much like to see this stay out of the attic! best *P On 7/23/13 3:26

Re: Project still maintained?

2013-07-23 Thread mARK aNDREWS
Hi all, I have been working for a Charity for the last 5 years, and we are using XMLBeans for Marshalling web service calls to Java with Spring-ws. These has been a very successful approach and have had no real issues with it. I know it counts for little, but It would be a massive shame if the

Getting XMLBeans out of Attic

2013-07-23 Thread Daniel L├╝bke
Hi list, I am a long-time user of XMLBeans, most of the time as part of the BPELUnit project. There is no replacement to XMLBeans because in contrast to JAXB if preserves namespace declarations so you e.g. read and write XML document that contain XPath expressions (e.g. BPEL, BPMN2, ...).