Continuing from the previous article in which I showed how to use an Eclipse wizard to create a web service client given just the URI of the WSDL, I am going to use JAXB, the Java Architecture for XML binding. Marshalling is mapping XML elements to object properties so that each element of an XML String of data can be ‘injected’ into the properties of an object. Unmarshalling is the opposite. The flattening of an object to an XML String. Continue reading the article about marshalling with JAXB.