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package org.jboss.xb.annotations;
JBossXmlModelGroup binds a Java class to a model group in the schema.

Author(s):
Alexey Loubyansky
Version:
$Revision: 1.1 $
public @interface JBossXmlModelGroup
   
   String name() default .;
   
   
Used when a model group is bound to a Java class propeties of which are bound to model group particles

Returns:
   String[] propOrder() default {""};
   
   
Used when a model group is bound to a class hierarchy, i.e. each subclass of the class annotated with JBossXmlModelGroup is bound to particle of the model group. Note: most likely the model group is going to be a choice (?)
   Particle[] particles() default {};
   
   @interface Particle
   {
      XmlElement element();
      Class type();
   }
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