JibX with an existing DOM-Tree

Discussion in 'XML' started by Matthias Langbein, May 8, 2006.

  1. Hi all,

    I'm currently developing a WebService proxy for existing services. The
    existing services expect Java DTOs.
    I want to do the transformtion with JibX, so there is my question:
    The SOAP-Element that I receive from J2EE is a DOM-Tree, and I think
    that JibX also uses DOM for their transformation, but JibX expects a
    xml-string as input. Is there a better way than to "serialize" the
    SOAPElement and then let JibX build another DOM-Tree based on that
    string? Can I reuse the existing DOM-Tree?

    THX, Langi
     
    Matthias Langbein, May 8, 2006
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