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Subject svn commit: r1703315 - /comdev/projects.apache.org/site/doap/attic/attic-xmlbeans.rdf
Date Wed, 16 Sep 2015 00:28:32 GMT
Author: sebb
Date: Wed Sep 16 00:28:31 2015
New Revision: 1703315

URL: http://svn.apache.org/r1703315
Log:
Fix up EOL

Modified:
    comdev/projects.apache.org/site/doap/attic/attic-xmlbeans.rdf

Modified: comdev/projects.apache.org/site/doap/attic/attic-xmlbeans.rdf
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/comdev/projects.apache.org/site/doap/attic/attic-xmlbeans.rdf?rev=1703315&r1=1703314&r2=1703315&view=diff
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--- comdev/projects.apache.org/site/doap/attic/attic-xmlbeans.rdf (original)
+++ comdev/projects.apache.org/site/doap/attic/attic-xmlbeans.rdf Wed Sep 16 00:28:31 2015
@@ -22,42 +22,23 @@
     <shortdesc>XMLBeans is a technology for accessing XML by binding it to Java types.
XMLBeans provides several ways to get at the XML: strong XMLSchema typed model, cursor API,
streaming (SAX, Stax) and DOM. XMLBeans covers 100% XMLSchema support while giving access
to full infoset of documents.</shortdesc>
     <description>XMLBeans is a tool that allows you to access the full power of XML
in a Java friendly way. The idea is that you can take advantage of the richness and features
of XML and XML Schema and have these features mapped as naturally as possible to the equivalent
Java language and typing constructs. XMLBeans uses XML Schema to compile Java interfaces and
classes that you can then use to access and modify XML instance data. Using XMLBeans is similar
to using any other Java interface/class, you will see things like getFoo or setFoo just as
you would expect when working with Java. While a major use of XMLBeans is to access your XML
instance data with strongly typed Java classes there are also API's that allow you access
to the full XML infoset (XMLBeans keeps XML Infoset fidelity) as well as to allow you to reflect
into the XML schema itself through an XML Schema Object model.
 
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 For more details on XMLBeans see the XMLBeans Wiki pages or the XMLBeans documentation (the
Documentation tab on this website).
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 What Makes XMLBeans Different
 
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 There are at least two major things that make XMLBeans unique from other XML-Java binding
options.
 
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    1. Full XML Schema support. XMLBeans fully supports XML Schema and the corresponding java
classes provide constructs for all of the major functionality of XML Schema. This is critical
since often times you do not have control over the features of XML Schema that you need to
work with in Java. Also, XML Schema oriented applications can take full advantage of the power
of XML Schema and not have to restrict themselvs to a subset.
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    2. Full XML Infoset fidelity.When unmarshalling an XML instance the full XML infoset is
kept and is available to the developer. This is critical because because of the subset of
XML that is not easily represented in java. For example, order of the elements or comments
might be needed in a particular application.
 
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 A major objective of XMLBeans has been to be applicable in all non-streaming (in memory)
XML programming situations. You should be able to compile your XML Schema into a set of java
classes and know that 1) you will be able to use XMLBeans for all of the schemas you encounter
(even the warped ones) and 2) that you will be able to get to the XML at whatever level is
necessary - and not have to resort to multple tools to do this.
 
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 To accomplish this XMLBeans provides three major APIs:
 
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     * XmlObject The java classes that are generated from an XML Schema are all derived from
XmlObject. These provide strongly typed getters and setters for each of the elements within
the defined XML. Complex types are in turn XmlObjects. For example getCustomer might return
a CustomerType (which is an XmlObject). Simple types turn into simple getters and setters
with the correct java type. For example getName might return a String.
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     * XmlCursor From any XmlObject you can get an XmlCursor. This provides efficient, low
level access to the XML Infoset. A cursor represents a position in the XML instance. You can
move the cursor around the XML instance at any level of granularity you need from individual
characters to Tokens.
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     * SchemaType XMLBeans provides a full XML Schema object model that you can use to reflect
on the underlying schema meta information. For example, you might want to generate a sample
XML instance for an XML schema or perhaps find the enumerations for an element so that you
can display them.
 
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 All of this was built with performance in mind. Informal benchmarks and user feedback indicate
that XMLBeans is extremely fast.
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 </description>
     <bug-database rdf:resource="http://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/BrowseProject.jspa?id=10436"
/>
     <mailing-list rdf:resource="http://www.mail-archive.com/user%40xmlbeans.apache.org/"
/>
@@ -72,47 +53,26 @@ All of this was built with performance i
         <revision>2.1.0</revision>
       </Version>
     </release>
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     <release>
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       <Version>
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         <name>XMLBeans v2.0.0</name>
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         <created>2005-06-30</created>
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         <revision>2.0.0</revision>
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       </Version>
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     </release>
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     <release>
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       <Version>
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         <name>XMLBeans v1.0.4</name>
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         <created>2005-02-24</created>
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         <revision>1.0.4</revision>
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       </Version>
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     </release>
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     <release>
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       <Version>
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         <name>XMLBeans v1.0.4-jdk1.3</name>
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         <created>2005-02-24</created>
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         <revision>1.0.4-jdk1.3</revision>
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       </Version>
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     </release>
     <repository>
       <SVNRepository>



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