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JAX-RS XML Example With JAXB Using Jersey

Web Services » On Jul 25, 2014 { 6 Comments } By Sivateja

In this article i will give you an example on how a RESTful web service produces XML response using Jersey. Basically JAX-RS supports conversion of java objects into XML with the help of JAXB. As Jersey it self contains JAXB libraries we no need to worry about JAXB-Jersey integration stuff.

Steps Need to be Followed

  • Add ‘jersey-server.jar‘ to your Maven pom.xml which includes all JAXB supporting libraries into your class path
  • Annotate your service method with @Produces(MediaType.APPLICATION_XML)

Required Files

  • pom.xml
  • web.xml






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6 Responses to “JAX-RS XML Example With JAXB Using Jersey”
  1. Pranab Kumar Sahoo says:

    Thanks Sivateja

  2. venu says:

    Can you please post one example on Restful web service security.

  3. varun says:

    Can you please post one example on web services security

  4. vajreshwari says:

    Hi sivateja,

    I want to pass the query parameter as Map<String,List>. can u plz suggest how to pass these parameters.

  5. trinadh says:

    Please send more rest full web services in jersey examples in my mail id ASAP

  6. amar says:

    Thanks Sivateja !! your tutorial is so easy to understand. Thanks a lot! keep it up…


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