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Apache XMLBeans is another technology for mapping XML Schema to java objects. CXF added support for XMLBeans in 2.1. Note that this data-binding has been removed from Apache CXF 3.2.0 onwards, as Apache XMLBeans has been retired to the attic.

 

There are a two parts to the support for XMLBeans:

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For the server side, your spring configuration would contain something like:

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xml

<jaxws:server serviceClass="demo.hw.server.HelloWorld" address="/hello_world">
    <jaxws:dataBinding>
       <bean class="org.apache.cxf.xmlbeans.XmlBeansDataBinding" />
    </jaxws:dataBinding>
</jaxws:server>

or

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<jaxws:endpoint
    id="helloWorld"
    implementor="demo.spring.HelloWorldImpl"
    address="http://localhost/HelloWorld">
    <jaxws:dataBinding>
       <bean class="org.apache.cxf.xmlbeans.XmlBeansDataBinding" />
    </jaxws:dataBinding>
</jaxws:endpoint>

The client side is very similar:

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<jaxws:client id="helloClient"
                  serviceClass="demo.spring.HelloWorld"
                  address="http://localhost:9002/HelloWorld">
    <jaxws:dataBinding>
       <bean class="org.apache.cxf.xmlbeans.XmlBeansDataBinding" />
    </jaxws:dataBinding>
<jaxws:client>

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If using programmatic factory beans instead of spring configuration, the databinding can be set on the ClientProxyFactoryBean (and subclasses) and the ServerFactoryBean (and subclasses) via:

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factory.getServiceFactory().setDataBinding(new org.apache.cxf.xmlbeans.XmlBeansDataBinding());