Validating while unmarshalling twins and dating
On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at PM, Paul Sandoz I'm using Jersey 0.7 and have a number of methods that accept objects unmarshalled from XML via JAXB bindings.
It does not appear that the unmarshalling process is validating the XML against the schema used to create the JAXB bindings.
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