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ANNOUNCE: Apache XMLBeans v2.1.0 available

From: Radu Preotiuc-Pietro <radup@bea.com>
Date: Fri, 9 Dec 2005 14:14:02 -0800
Message-ID: <99479F4D39C9244F8E17E688193A3DD805D76F@repbex02.amer.bea.com>
To: <xmlschema-dev@w3.org>

The Apache XMLBeans team is pleased to announce the availability of
Apache XMLBeans v2.1.0. XMLBeans is a complete XML processing solution
for Java, including XML Schema support, XML Schema to Java binding,
lightweight fast Infoset access, XML Schema information access, DOM, SAX
and StAX implementations, XPath/XQuery integration. Everything is
available in a package that is easy to use and fully integrated,
allowing the user to seamlessly switch between all APIs.

 XML Schema features:

-  full XML Schema support, including redefines, substitution groups,
identity constraints etc 
-  easy to use command-line tool for verification of Schemas: "scomp
schema.xsd" (can also generate Java binding classes)
-  informative error reporting with line number clearly pointing out the
error, intuitive error text and reference to the section of the XML
Schema spec that was violated
-  ultra-fast validation of instance documents, regardless of size
-  easy to use command-line tools for validation: "[s]validate
schema.xsd instance.xml"
-  on-demand validation enables separation of the parsing step from the
validation step 
-  ability to validate any sub-tree in an XML document
-  "compilation" of XML Schemas step creates jar including information
digested from a set of Schemas, making for a faster, simpler, more
lightweight application runtime
-  command line tool to generate an XML Schema file based on a given XML
instance document; supports different XML Schema design patterns, very
useful for prototyping
-  command line tool to generate a sample instance document based on a
given XML Schema

Binary downloads for Windows and Unix are available from
http://xmlbeans.apache.org/sourceAndBinaries/

[For those familiar with XMLBeans V1, see
http://xmlbeans.apache.org/news for a list of changes and additions in
XMLBeans V2]

The XMLBeans team
Received on Friday, 9 December 2005 22:14:16 GMT

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