What Is Java SE (JDK) Implementation of JAXB

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What is Java SE (JDK) Implementation of JAXB (Java Architecture for XML Binding)?

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Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) is a Java API that allows Java developers to map Java classes to XML representations.

Java SE (JDK) Implementation of JAXB is the implementation of JAXB API in the Java SE (JDK) distribution packages.

Oracle has been providing the implementation of JAXB API in their Java SE (JDK) package since Java SE 6.

See the following table for a list of JAXB API releases and Java SE (JDK) implementations:

JAXB release and date   Oracle Implementation
2.2.12   (Oct, 2014)    Not implemented yet
2.2.8    (Mar, 2013)    Java SE 8
2.2.7    (May, 2012)    
2.2.6    (Dec, 2011)    
2.2.3    (Jun, 2011)    Java SE 7
2.2      (Jan, 2010)    
2.1      (Oct, 2007)    
2.0      (Dec, 2006)    Java SE 6
1.0      (Jul, 2006)

For more information, see Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB).

 

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