This document is part of internal project documents and standard instruments, used across Syntea software group a.s., projects. Contains specific technolgies, which is called “X-definition” and is used at the projects, where XML documents and messages are used.
The prerequisite to reading this text is that the reader is familiar with the validation mode of X-definition and understands the X-definition Script language. Here we describe step by step the construction mode of X-definition. Hopefully, the reader will finally appreciate the benefits and simplicity of this way of creating XML data.
The purpose of this text is an introduction to programming X-definitions. Part of this is a sample of practices on how to program typical tasks in Java. On several examples, derived from a simplified order processing task in a hypothetical system, we will show how to use the X definition definitions in Java. We assume that the reader is familiar with the basics of Java programming and is familiar with the XML language. We also assume that the reader has become familiar with X-definitions.
This document is a user’s Guide that describes the basic use of the “X-components” technology. It is designed for programmers who need to convert data from XML into Java objects and back. X-components is built on top of X-definition, and extends its options to work another way with XML data. For using X-components, it is required a basic knowledge about X-definition.
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