XML-to-Java Tools

Greg Messner gmessner at vsi.com
Tue Nov 30 18:00:12 GMT 1999

Take a look at:


You'll find info on Breeze Commerce Studio. Breeze is basically an IDE for
XML/Java/SQL development, it imports XML documents, XML DTDs, and JDBC/ODBC
data sources and produces Java code to access XML and databases as true
objects. An advantage Breeze has over the Bean Maker in XPK4J is that you
can assign data types to the XML elements. Breeze is currently free for
non-commercial use.

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Papiani [mailto:mp at ecs.soton.ac.uk]
Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 1999 1:33 AM
To: xml-dev at ic.ac.uk
Subject: XML-to-Java Tools

I am about to start an evaluation of available tools that can generate
Java classes from XML documents, preferably from XML DTDs. Can anyone
recommend useful tools for this purpose. We wish to make it easy for our
developers to generate/read/maintain XML documents from Java programs,
ideally by using classes and accessor/mutator methods to represent the
XML document.

I believe that XBeans from IBMs XML Productivity Kit for Java  (XPK4J)
accomplishes this, but would welcome any recommendations for other tools
that I should investigate.

Many Thanks,

Mark Papiani
Department of Electronics and Computer Science
University of Southampton
mp at ecs.soton.ac.uk

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