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Java facilities in processing XML files - JAXB and generating PDF reports

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Author(s): Danut-Octavian SIMION

Journal: Informatica Economica Journal
ISSN 1453-1305

Volume: XII;
Issue: 3;
Start page: 109;
Date: 2008;
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Keywords: Xml file | JAXB | Java classes | Java ResultSet object | Marshalling | Unmarshalling | XSL-FO formatting file.

ABSTRACT
The paper presents the Java programming language facilities in working with XML files using JAXB (The Java Architecture for XML Binding) technology and generating PDF reports from XML files using Java objects. The XML file can be an existing one and could contain the data about an entity (Clients for example) or it might be the result of a SELECT-SQL statement. JAXB generates JAVA classes through xs rules and a Marshalling, Unmarshalling compiler. The PDF file is build from a XML file and uses XSL-FO formatting file and a Java ResultSet object.
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