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an XML document. The following steps are required for marshalling a content tree: 1. Modify an existing content tree, or generate a new tree, from the application s business logic output. 2. Validate the in-memory content tree against the source schema. This step is optional. 3. Marshal the content tree into an XML document, as shown schematically in Figure 11.12. It is important to note that when no well-defined schema is available, JAXB technology may be cumbersome to use due to tight coupling between the schema and the schema-derived classes. Also note that the more abstract the schema is, the less effective the binding is. In summary, use an XML data-binding model such as JAXB when one of the following conditions exists:
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You are either creating or consuming XML documents. You want to deal directly with Java objects and are not concerned with XML document representation. You do not need to maintain certain aspects of an XML document, such as comments and entity references. You want to process the content tree multiple times.
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You need random access to parts of the document. Memory usage may be less of an issue. It should be noted, though, that a JAXB implementation, such as the standard implementation, creates a Java representation of the content of a document that is much more compact than the equivalent DOM tree. You previously were implementing XML data binding manually with DOM, and an XSD schema is available.
XSLT Processing Model
XSLT is a higher level processing model than the SAX, StAX, DOM, and XML data-binding models. XSLT should be considered complementary to these models, and should be used along with these other models. XSLT requires writing of rules and templates that are applied when specified patterns are encountered in the source document. The application of the rules adds new fragments or copies fragments from the source tree to a result tree. The patterns are expressed in the XPath language, which is used to locate and extract information from the source document. When using XSLT, one typically writes style sheets, which are themselves XML documents. Compared to the other processing models, XSLT processing provides the flexibility that comes with scripting. In an XML-based application, XSLT processing is usually used along with one of the other three processing models. The XSLT API available with JAXP provides an abstract for the source and result of a transformation, allowing the developer not only the ability to chain transformations but also to interface with other processing models, such as SAX and DOM. Figure 11.13 summarizes the steps necessary to use XSLT in conjunction with DOM to create a new XML document from an existing one using XSLT transformations. In summary, XSLT should be used under the following conditions:
You want to change the structure or insert, remove, or lter the content of an XML document. You need to perform complex transformations. Because XSLT is a functional declarative model, it is easier to design complex transformations by coding individual rules or templates than by hard-coding procedures. You want the ability to be exible and allow future changes in the schemas of documents you are processing. You need to minimize performance overhead for large documents that contain a signi cant amount of data.
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You potentially have more than one transformation for the same document. Although one transformation can be hand-coded using another API, multiple transformations because of the scripting nature of the style sheets are better performed using XSLT transformations.
Summary Recommendations
You should use the processing model that best suits your requirements. If you are required to deal with the content and structure of a document, consider using DOM, StAX, or SAX they provide more information about the document itself than the data-binding model does. However, if you are more concerned with the actual domain-oriented objects, consider using JAXB. In addition, use JAXB if the document content has representation in Java that is directly usable by the application implementing the service provider or service consumer. DOM, when used with XPath, can be very powerful if the focus is on the content and structure of the data. DOM can be more flexible if the schema for the document does not exist or is not well defined.
Eleven Summary of Recommendations StAX SAX Push streaming Medium Good No Yes No No DOM In-memory tree High Varies Yes No Yes Yes
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