Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Re: using GWT to simplify a big stack of data transformation

You can also use RequestFactory ValueProxy

On Wednesday, February 29, 2012 3:42:55 AM UTC-5, Sai wrote:

As long as you provide the required source code for the generated POJO's to GWT compiler for generating the JavaScript it will work. 

But, I think when you generate POJO's using XMLBeans, your POJO's will have some dependency on XMLBeans (Data Binding) annotations and GWT compiler forces you to provide the source code of XMLBeans, I don't think it's a good idea use generated POJO's in GWT client code.

we also had very similar requirement, and we went on having separate view beans for GWT client.

I hope this helps you!


On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 2:19 PM, Domenico wrote:
I'm trying to simplify the stack of a web application (based on J2EE)
that takes an XML profile from backend convert it in a POJO (with some
XML data binding tool) and then throughout several data
transformations it becomes a view bean and then presented in
JavaScript. The idea is to simplify this stack using XMLBeans to
generate automatically the POJO and using directly this POJO in the
GWT application (without any intermediate transformation). Do you
think is it possible to use this strategy, in particular using a
normal POJO in the GWT application?

Thanks a lot for your help

Saida Dhanavath

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