XML [~serialization] and Objects

Alex.Thomas at dresdner-bank.com Alex.Thomas at dresdner-bank.com
Tue Sep 29 20:36:05 BST 1998

Yes indeed, I don't think this is widely appreciated for some reason, though
I think the hybrid approach you refer to might actually be the most common
case (Java with a DCD).

Like many investment firms, we make use of multicast publish-subscribe and
message queue transports. Not all our recipients will be Java, hence the
attraction of one message for all.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Brownell [mailto:db at Eng.Sun.COM]
> If one assumes Java,
> then DCD tagging isn't needed:
> 	<com.example.foo.SimpleBean>
> 		<prop1>49</prop1>
> 		<prop2>hello world</prop1>
> 		</com.sun.example.foo.SimpleBean>
> since all the type info is in the class for SimpleBean!  

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