It would be great having an offical jibx release for J2ME environments.
With respect to our code analysis in the current version only slight
modifications are necessary (below I have copied a part of the original post of Dirk Bade from the jibx-users list):
The only Problem is the usage of java.sql.Time, java.sql.Date and java.sql.Timestamp within the jibx.runtime.Utility-class.
If you simply remove the imports of these packages within the class and change the methods for serialization and deserialization
(using Object instead of java.sql.* in the method-signature) it works fine. And because java.sql.* is not
included in the 'Personal Profile' for mobile devices you won't miss the methods anyway. The binding-compiler does not like the changes in the method-signatures, so one has to use the original Utility-class for binding-compiling.