|Re: [emf-dev] Generating JAXB Annotations|
When asking questions like yours in general, it sometimes helps to very briefly describe WHY you want to do WHAT you're asking for more information about HOW to do.
In this particular case (I'm interpreting), it sounds like perhaps you are interested in XML serialization of EMF instances.. and thought of doing this with JAXB. Were you aware that EMF has its own built in XML serialization, and reading, and that you may not need JAXB at all? Just a thought.
Best of luck!
Please use the forum to ask question.
I don't think what EMF generates is compatible with what JAXB generates. I'm not even sure what the point of such an exercise would be nor do I know of any technology that would produce JAXB annotations for you.
On 01.04.2017 12:51, Veselin Markov wrote:
I’m using EMF since couple of weeks and I’m now trying to generate Java classes annotated with JAXB annotations – like the ones generated form a XSD. I’ve exported the .ecore to .xsd file but this way I loose all the features of EMF.
I’ve searched the mailing list for jaxb annotations but found nothing, sorry if I’ve overseen something. There is an Eclipse plugin – EMF REST on the web but it’s too Buggy and does not do what I need.
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