I tried that. I ran into one problem though. The 'no-mapping' XML produced by WOXMLCoder has a peculiar way of including the entire object graph in the first few elements and then having references to the ids later. This is not allowing me to do what I want even with XSLT.
For example, if I want the XML for all employees, the XML for the first employee will have its department's XML too. Now the department's XML will have all employees in that department. When the next employee in the array is to be displayed, it does not come up as the full XML but only a reference to the earlier instance of the employee. I was unable to figure out how to handle this with XSLT.
Any ideas on how to avoid this?
On 30-Dec-08, at 10:28 PM, Simon McLean wrote:
trying to get xmlcoder to give you what you are looking for is like trying to get blood out of a stone. by introducing a pojo to represent the <depts> tag you will be able to bodge it, but it's much more straight forward to just take the raw un-bodged output and stick it through an XSLT stylesheet.
On 30 Dec 2008, at 12:26, Kamal D Shah wrote:
I have an array of objects that I want to encode to XML. Let's say an array of departments. I need the XML to be generated to look like:
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