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 project was to die. mARK aNDREWS m/|RK aNDREWS website: http://www.mraandrews.co.uk photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mraandrews twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mraandrews On 23 July 2013 14:36, Pascal Heus <pascal.h...@gmail.com> wrote: > 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 PM, Elvis Stansvik wrote: > > 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 call JAXB an equivalent, just >> a substitute. >> > > Since I wrote my first mail I've switched over to JAXB, which is > sufficient for my quite simple needs. But I still feel it's sad that > XMLBeans has been left unmaintained. But I guess it's a fact of life. > > Regards, > Elvis > > >> >> >> -=bill stafford >> > > >