[jdom-interest] Converting Java Objects to XML

Frank Sauer Frank.Sauer at trcinc.com
Fri Oct 11 14:47:26 PDT 2002

You call that less grand???
How do you plan on representing the public behavior in a way
that it can be reconstructed in a runnable fashion? What if
a public methods calls a private method that's not included?


-----Original Message-----
From: Jeff Martin [mailto:jeff at reportmill.com]
Sent: Friday, October 11, 2002 4:27 PM
To: Grinvald, Edward
Cc: jdom-interest at jdom.org
Subject: Re: [jdom-interest] Converting Java Objects to XML

Well my goal is much less grand and slightly different. This class 
doesn't create an "archive" of an object graph, it creates a 
"representation" - which includes all public methods (including any 
derived business logic methods), not just values from getter/setter 
methods. This is great for importing a description of an object graph 
into an application that doesn't have access to the original classes.

Also, it's a single class file - no setup and configuration necessary. 
It just turns objects to XML in fell swoop.


On Friday, October 11, 2002, at 03:13  PM, Grinvald, Edward wrote:

> How is it different from Castor (www.exolab.org)?
> Thank You,
> Edward Grinvald

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