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First steps [message #376084] Sun, 06 July 2008 18:15 Go to next message
Giovanni is currently offline GiovanniFriend
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I would like to start developing with Eclipselik, but I am a little confused
about tools.
I've just discovered that "Workbench" is an independent application, but I
mean to use Eclipse IDE to delevop an RCP application, so what should I do?
Using Dali inside the IDE can substituite the use of the external
"Workbench"?

Thanks

Giovanni
Re: First steps [message #376088 is a reply to message #376084] Mon, 07 July 2008 11:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Doug Clarke is currently offline Doug ClarkeFriend
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Giovani,

Yes, I would recommend using the Dali functionality within WTP to build a
RCP application using EclipseLink JPA. The Ganymede version of Dali
offered support for simplified configuration of many of EclipseLink JPA's
advanced features.

The Workbench is only provided for compatibility with those customers
using Oracle TopLink's classic API and metadata. Developers using JPA and
the Eclipse IDE should not need to use this utility.

Doug
Re: First steps [message #376324 is a reply to message #376088] Tue, 08 July 2008 19:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Giovanni is currently offline GiovanniFriend
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OK thanks

In the wiki this concept is not clear.

Giovanni

"Doug Clarke" <douglas.clarke@oracle.com> ha scritto nel messaggio
news:129ea7e62c943798d0104298f7bb84fd$1@www.eclipse.org...
> Giovani,
>
> Yes, I would recommend using the Dali functionality within WTP to build a
> RCP application using EclipseLink JPA. The Ganymede version of Dali
> offered support for simplified configuration of many of EclipseLink JPA's
> advanced features.
>
> The Workbench is only provided for compatibility with those customers
> using Oracle TopLink's classic API and metadata. Developers using JPA and
> the Eclipse IDE should not need to use this utility.
>
> Doug
>
Re: First steps [message #379614 is a reply to message #376324] Tue, 19 August 2008 18:42 Go to previous message
Bill Blalock is currently offline Bill BlalockFriend
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Giovanni wrote:

> OK thanks

> In the wiki this concept is not clear.

I second that! I am a "newbe" as far as modern persistence (used JDBC
than Ibatis in the past). After studying the wiki I ended up working the
Eclipselink workbench.

I haven't made the jump from Europa to Gyanmede yet. The Eclipselink
workbench has let me use Eclipselink with my 3.3 projects ... so far.

It a great job guys! Thanks!!!
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