The DatatypeConverterInterface is for JAXB provider use only.
This is an element marker interface.
The Marshaller class is responsible for governing the process of serializing Java content trees back into XML data.
This event indicates that a problem was encountered resolving an ID/IDREF.
This event indicates that a problem was encountered while converting a string from the XML data into a value of the target Java data type.
This event indicates that a problem was encountered while converting data from the Java content tree into its lexical representation.
The Unmarshaller class governs the process of deserializing XML data into newly created Java content trees, optionally validating the XML data as it is unmarshalled.
Unmarshaller implemented as SAX ContentHandler.
This event indicates that a problem was encountered while validating the incoming XML data during an unmarshal operation, while performing on-demand validation of the Java content tree, or while marshalling the Java content tree back to XML data.
A basic event handler interface for validation errors.
Encapsulate the location of a ValidationEvent.
since JAXB 2.0
Enable synchronization between XML infoset nodes and JAXB objects representing same XML document.
The javaType binding declaration can be used to customize the binding of an XML schema datatype to a Java datatype.
Class that defines convenience methods for common, simple use of JAXB.
The JAXBContext class provides the client's entry point to the JAXB API.
JAXB representation of an Xml Element.
Designates global scope for an xml element.
Provide access to JAXB xml binding data for a JAXB object.
This class is for JAXB permissions.
Register an instance of an implementation of this class with a
Controls where a JAXB implementation puts the generates schema files.
Register an instance of an implementation of this class with
Exception that represents a failure in a JAXB operation.
This is the root exception class for all JAXB exceptions.
This exception indicates that an error has occurred while performing a marshal operation that the provider is unable to recover from.
This exception indicates that an error was encountered while getting or setting a property.
This exception indicates that a violation of a dynamically checked type constraint was detected.
This exception indicates that an error has occurred while performing an unmarshal operation that prevents the JAXB Provider from completing the operation.
This exception indicates that an error has occurred while performing a validate operation.
Provides a runtime binding framework for client applications including unmarshalling, marshalling, and validation capabilities.
JAXBContext is the client-entry point to the runtime binding framework.
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