[xsd-users] XSD, Google Protocol Buffer and Fix Protocol
Davide.Anastasia at qualitycapital.com
Wed Apr 4 07:30:03 EDT 2012
First message on this mailing list. J
I have a crazy idea, and I don't know whether it's doable or not.
I'm currently working on a messaging system based on Apache Qpid. This
message middleware doesn't define the format of the message content, so
I decided to go for Google Protocol Buffer to serialization C++ objects.
However, I would love to us the FIX protocol to define what the content
of these messages is.
Question: is it possible to generate C++ classes with XSD from the FIX
protocol XSD Schema and then plug inside GProto as binary serialization
engine (in a similar way like the one described for ACE (Adaptive
Communication Environment) CDR streams in the CS XSD manual).
Is this completely crazy? J
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