org.apache.uima.util
Class XmlCasSerializer

java.lang.Object
  extended by org.apache.uima.util.XmlCasSerializer

public abstract class XmlCasSerializer
extends Object

Serializes a CAS to inline XML format. The output format conforms to the XML Metadata Interchange (XMI) format, an OMG standard.

For more options, see XmiCasSerializer.


Constructor Summary
XmlCasSerializer()
           
 
Method Summary
static void serialize(CAS aCAS, OutputStream aStream)
          Serializes a CAS to XMI format and writes it to an output stream.
static void serialize(CAS aCAS, TypeSystem aTargetTypeSystem, OutputStream aStream)
          Serializes a CAS to XMI format and writes it to an output stream.
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

XmlCasSerializer

public XmlCasSerializer()
Method Detail

serialize

public static void serialize(CAS aCAS,
                             OutputStream aStream)
                      throws SAXException,
                             IOException
Serializes a CAS to XMI format and writes it to an output stream.

Parameters:
aCAS - CAS to serialize.
aStream - output stream to which to write the XMI document
Throws:
SAXException - if a problem occurs during XMI serialization
IOException - if an I/O failure occurs

serialize

public static void serialize(CAS aCAS,
                             TypeSystem aTargetTypeSystem,
                             OutputStream aStream)
                      throws SAXException,
                             IOException
Serializes a CAS to XMI format and writes it to an output stream. Allows a TypeSystem to be specified, to which the produced XMI will conform. Any types or features not in the target type system will not be serialized.

Parameters:
aCAS - CAS to serialize.
aTargetTypeSystem - type system to which the produced XMI will conform. Any types or features not in the target type system will not be serialized.
aStream - output stream to which to write the XMI document
Throws:
SAXException - if a problem occurs during XMI serialization
IOException - if an I/O failure occurs


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