Jump to: navigation, search

Difference between revisions of "EclipseLink/UserGuide/MOXy/Simple Values/Special Schema Types/Binary Types"

Line 13: Line 13:
  
  
== byte [] versus Byte[] ==
+
== byte[ ] versus Byte[] ==
  
 
Unlike other Java primitive/wrapper types, Eclipselink differentiates between '''byte[]''' (primitive) and '''Byte[]''' (wrapper) data types.  By default, '''byte[]''' will marshal to a single "blob" of XML, whereas '''Byte[]''' will marshal each byte as its own element.
 
Unlike other Java primitive/wrapper types, Eclipselink differentiates between '''byte[]''' (primitive) and '''Byte[]''' (wrapper) data types.  By default, '''byte[]''' will marshal to a single "blob" of XML, whereas '''Byte[]''' will marshal each byte as its own element.

Revision as of 11:29, 28 June 2011

EclipseLink MOXy

link="http://wiki.eclipse.org/EclipseLink"
EclipseLink
Website
Download
Community
Mailing ListForumsIRC
Bugzilla
Open
Help Wanted
Bug Day
Contribute
Browse Source

Elug api package icon.png Key API

Binary Types

There are a few extra things to consider when mapping to fields of type byte[ ] or Byte[].


byte[ ] versus Byte[]

Unlike other Java primitive/wrapper types, Eclipselink differentiates between byte[] (primitive) and Byte[] (wrapper) data types. By default, byte[] will marshal to a single "blob" of XML, whereas Byte[] will marshal each byte as its own element.