On the XML and Java technology frontier, where numerous technologies jostle for space, XMLBeans is making a mark for itself in a very short time. This article introduces the technology with a simple example, takes you through the step-by-step process of compilation and binding, and discusses advanced features like XML cursors, tokens, and XQuery expressions. It also discusses how XMLBeans is more powerful than other XML-Java technology data binding techniques.
Programming With Potent XMLBeans
2004-09-19 Java 3 Comments
“At the moment XmlBeans doesn’t have an XQuery engine”.
Anybody have any experience using both? Just curious as we are using altova’s XMLSpy to generate xml related java code based on a schema.
On the topic of xml. If you want to see the best xml parser available google for php’s simplexml.