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Subject: Re: XML Beans?
From: Rochelle Edens <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:General discussion of Extensible Markup Language <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Fri, 19 Mar 1999 13:10:41 -0600

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Don't know if this will be of much help but.....

Converting XML files to JavaBeans running in memory.

There is also the reverse, convert JavaBeans to XML

"Simon St.Laurent" wrote:

> At 02:45 PM 3/17/99 +0000, you wrote:
> >Hi
> >I was wondering if there exists such a thing as XML Beans. If not, does
> >anyone know of any plans for creating such a thing?
> >
> >When I say XML Beans, I am not referring to what for example IBM
> >Aplhaworks has created with there xml-bean suit.
> >Those are Java Beans that one can use for building xml-editors or
> >simular applications.
> >What I mean by XML Beans is a software component, much like a Java Bean
> >but whit one major difference.
> >Just like a Java Bean it should have an visual appearance in design time
> >and enable customization with supplying a property sheet that the
> >designer can adjust. The difference from a Java Bean is  , that instead
> >of producing java code when being compiled, it should produce xml-code.
> You might want to take a look at MDSAX and Coins at
> They don't have the graphic appearance (or editor) yet, but they do let you
> assemble components, including beans, from XML code.  Final release should
> be very soon.
> Simon St.Laurent
> XML: A Primer
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