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JiBX performs these tasks via utility classes generated at compile time via ant scripts. This approach reduces the processing time by moving away from the traditional two-step process with other parsers to a single step. Benchmarks done on various XML binding tools have shown JiBX as the fastest and the most memory efficient parsing framework till date. You can download these jars or use maven pom. Mapping definition file binding.

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Schema Library Getting started To get started using JiBX, you just need to download the distribution zip file from the SourceForge downloads page and unzip it to a convenient location on your system. The distribution comes with all the core components of JiBX, including the binding compiler, runtime, extras, and various flavors of generation tools. There are also convenient examples to help get you going, in four flavors: bindgen - use JiBX binding and schema generation from code codegen - use JiBX binding and code generation from schema jibx2wsdl - use JiBX binding, WSDL, and schema generation from code starter - use JiBX with supplied or hand-written binding definition All the examples are set up to use the Ant build tool.

You can even use other bytecode manipulation tools along with JiBX, as long as those tools obey the JVM rules for bytecode handling. The starter examples all include these steps as Ant targets. You can also see the separate pages in this section of the documentation for details on the binding compiler and runtime usage.

BindGen uses default behaviors which will give good XML structure for most data models - but if the default generation is not satisfactory for your needs you can easily customize the generation handling at every level, with features such as: Support for both Java 5-style enum and typed collections, and pre-Java 5 alternatives Specify which class properties are to be included in the XML Control XML representation as attributes or elements, and required or optional Format JavaDocs for export to XML schema definition documentation Change XML naming conventions and namespace usage You can also use the Jibx2Wsdl tool to generate a WSDL web service definition based on an existing service class.

Jibx2Wsdl builds on BindGen and supports all the same customization features for data model classes, along with some added customizations for the service class and WSDL usage. The bindgen examples show how to use BindGen for binding and schema generation, both with and without customizations. The jibx2wsdl examples do the same for the Jibx2Wsdl tool. For more details of using JiBX with existing Java code, including full details of the customizations structure, see the Start from Code section of this documentation.

Here again, the code and binding generation uses default behaviors which will give a good data model for most schemas, but can be customized at every level to improve handling with features including: Simplify the data model by excluding schema definition components not used in your documents Selectively ignore the content of portions of input documents Inline schema definitions which are only used in one place Support for generating both Java 5-style enum and typed collections, and pre-Java 5 versions Change Java naming conventions and package usage Add your own custom extensions to the code generation for special handling The codegen examples show how to use the code and binding generation from schema, both with and without customizations.

For more details of using JiBX with existing XML schemas, including full details of the customizations structure, see the Start from Schema section of this documentation.

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Schema Library Getting started To get started using JiBX, you just need to download the distribution zip file from the SourceForge downloads page and unzip it to a convenient location on your system. The distribution comes with all the core components of JiBX, including the binding compiler, runtime, extras, and various flavors of generation tools. There are also convenient examples to help get you going, in four flavors: bindgen - use JiBX binding and schema generation from code codegen - use JiBX binding and code generation from schema jibx2wsdl - use JiBX binding, WSDL, and schema generation from code starter - use JiBX with supplied or hand-written binding definition All the examples are set up to use the Ant build tool. You can even use other bytecode manipulation tools along with JiBX, as long as those tools obey the JVM rules for bytecode handling. The starter examples all include these steps as Ant targets.

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Figure 1. The binding definition tells JiBX the details of how this binding is to be performed. The color coding in the diagram shows how the three parts interrelate. You can easily define custom serialization handlers for data values, and you can tell JiBX to call your own methods at various points in the binding process to allow further customizations. To learn more about using these and many other JiBX features check out the Binding Tutorial section of this site.

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