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Re: [eclipselink-users] Status of MOXy/JAXB - ready for a real project?

Hi Jan,

EclipseLink MOXy can definitely do the job. EclipseLink and TopLink are the same code base, and the TopLink object-to-XML was first released as part of TopLink 10.1.3 and has already seen real world use.

EclipseLink MOXy includes the equivalent scripts (such as tljaxb) for running things like the JAXB compiler. Our JAXB implementation is a thin layer on top of our object-to-XML mapping layer, and offers the full features of our OXM support.

Please let me know if there are specific issues you would like addressed, or if we can be of any assistance.


----- Original Message ----- From: "Jan Vissers" <Jan.Vissers@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: <eclipselink-users@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2008 8:54 AM
Subject: [eclipselink-users] Status of MOXy/JAXB - ready for a real project?


We're about to engage in a project which requires loading/importing fairly
large XML files (10MB < x < 100MB). The content in the files needs some
processing, like comparing values with values already stored elsewhere.
I've been looking at Oracle Toplink OXM to do this, which has been donated
to Eclipse as part of EclipseLink MOXy.

Following some of the documentation on the eclipse side, I found myself
reading stuff not in the distribution; like the tljaxb.cmd script. So my
question is: can I use EclipseLink MOXy already for these types of
assignments, or should I look elsewhere (e.g. Toplink OXM, or something
different altogether)?

I already asked the question of whether MOXy would support these large
files on the OTN (Oracle Technology Network forum) and got a positive
reaction on that.


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