A trick with JAXB

Last week I found a neat trick with JAXB2. The project I am working on at the moment is a mix of web services and database, and most of the […]

I needed to build a Java SOAP web service and, although I’ve done it before, it has been a little while and I wanted to use the latest approach. There […]

I’ve been working on this thing for the last few months and it is an update of something that I already had out there. The previous version required a lot […]

Say you have an existing database. You access it with JDBC and you maintain it with SQL scripts. Life is hard because you have to coordinate changes to the SQL […]

Last entry I explained how, when using Madura Objects, you generate your Java Beans from an XSD file. The resulting classes have code injected into them by the Madura Objects […]

I kept the previous post short because I know I never read long blog posts. So here is some more about Madura Objects. Recall that we generate Java using JAXB/XJC […]