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Legacy deep-inheritance XML schemas: how to design patterns for APIs that map those to and from flat schemas?

Consider a purely hypothetical legacy proprietary library for XML models, which has some really deep nested inheritance within its corresponding POJOs — 1-10 fields per class, lots of special instance classes that extend archetypal classes, types as wrappers of lists of type instances etc. The resulting model looks really pretty with some dubious performance specs but that’s besides the point.

I want to make this work with the ugly, high-performance flat models that kids these days and people that claim not to have a drinking or substance abuse problem prefer for some reason. So say my beautiful, shiny model is something like this:

<QueryRequestSubtypeObject>   <QueryRequestHeaders>     <QueryReqParams>       <Param value = 4/>       <ParamDescWrapper index = 12>          <WrappedParamDesc>Foobar</WrappedParamDesc>   ... 

And the corresponding object as modeled by the vendor instead looks like

{    paramVal = 4    paramTypeIndex = 12    paramDesc = "Foobar"     } 

There are also regular updates to this ivory Tower of Babylon as well as updates to the business logic as vendor specs change.

Now the part where I convert my ancient classic into a teen flick is straightforward enough, however ugly it might be. Say something like below would be used by a query constructor and that would be enough abstraction for all business logic involved:

def extractParamVal(queryRequestSubtypeObject):     return queryRequestSubtypeObject.getQueryRequestHeaders.getQueryReqParams.getParam.getValue 

Alas, it is not that simple. Now I want to convert whatever ugly, flat, subsecond latency response that comes back into our elegant, delicate model (with 5-10 second latency, patience is a virtue after all!). With some code like this:

queryRequestSubtypeObject = new QueryRequestSubtypeObject queryRequestHeaders = new QueryRequestHeaders queryReqParams = new QueryReqParams queryReqParamList = new ArrayList param = new Param param.setValue(4) queryReqParamList.add(param) queryReqParams.setQueryReqParamList(queryReqParamList) queryRequestSubtypeObject.setQueryRequestHeaders(queryRequestHeaders) ... 

Code like this needs to be somewhere somehow for each and every field that is returned if someone were to convert data into this hypothetical format. Some solutions I have tried:

  • External libraries: Libraries like Dozer use reflections which does not scale well for bulk mapping massive objects like this. Mapstruct et al use code generation which does not do well with deep nesting involving cases like the list wrappers I mentioned.

  • Factory approach: Generic response factories that take a set of transformation functions. Idea is to bury all model specific implementation into business logic based abstractions. In reality this results in some FAT functions.

  • Chain of responsibility: Methods that handle initialization of each field and other methods that handle what goes where from vendor response and some other methods that handle creation of a portion of the mapping and some other methods that handle a sub-group… loooooong chains of responsibility

Given all of these approaches resulted in technical nightmares of some sort, is there an established way to handle cases like this specifically? Ideally it would have minimal non-business logic abstractions involved while providing enough granularity to implement updates and have it technically solid as well. Bonus points for the ability to isolate any given component, wherever it might be in the model hierarchy, without null pointers getting thrown somewhere for unit testing

Hierarchical vs Flat sitemap

I want to create a sitemap for my e-commerce website.

On the home page, there is a multi-level menu like this:

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User can click on any of the following links from the Home Page:

  1. Fashion: enter fashion department
  2. Fashion > *Women: enter the Women‘s sub-department under Fashion
  3. Fashion > women > Shoes -> enter shoes unit under women

There are also pages link Help and About Us that use can navigate to from Home Page.

With respect to SEO, which is the better way to create a site-map?

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So user have 2 ways to navigate to Women‘s sub-department, either directly through Home page or by navigating from Home to Fashion and then to Women page.

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