The following code shows the schema binding declarations in po.xsd:
<jxb:schemaBindings> <jxb:package name="primer.myPo"> <jxb:javadoc> <![CDATA[<body> Package level documentation for generated package primer.myPo.</body>]]> </jxb:javadoc> </jxb:package> <jxb:nameXmlTransform> <jxb:elementName suffix="Element"/> </jxb:nameXmlTransform> </jxb:schemaBindings>
<jxb:package name="primer.myPo"/> specifies the primer.myPo as the package in which the schema-derived classes should be generated.
<jxb:nameXmlTransform> specifies that all generated Java element interfaces should have Element appended to the generated names by default. For example, when the JAXB compiler is run against this schema, the element interfaces CommentElement and PurchaseOrderElement will be generated. By contrast, without this customization, the default binding would instead generate Comment and PurchaseOrder.
This customization is useful if a schema uses the same name in different symbol spaces; for example, in global element and type definitions. In such cases, this customization enables you to resolve the collision with one declaration rather than having to individually resolve each collision with a separate binding declaration.
<jxb:javadoc> specifies customized Javadoc tool annotations for the primer.myPo package. Note that, unlike the <javadoc> declarations at the class level, below, the opening and closing <body> tags must be included when the <javadoc> declaration is made at the package level.