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Difference between EMF SDO and Tuscany [message #71421] Fri, 26 January 2007 14:55 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: spam.jimjam.dk

What is the relationship between EMF SDO and Tuscany SDO?
Re: Difference between EMF SDO and Tuscany [message #71440 is a reply to message #71421] Fri, 26 January 2007 16:13 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: merks.ca.ibm.com

Christian,

EMF's SDO implementation is an implement of SDO 1.0. Tuscany has an
implementation of SDO 2.x. EMF's SDO 1.0 implementation relies on a
design where the SDO types and properties are adapters of the Ecore
model whereas Tuscany's SDO 2.0 implement extends EMF 2.2.2's Ecore
model to directly implement the SDO type and property APIs, resulting in
potentially better performance. In both implementations, every
DataObject will also be an EObject/InternalEObject.


Christian Frederiksen wrote:
> What is the relationship between EMF SDO and Tuscany SDO?
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Re: Difference between EMF SDO and Tuscany [message #599530 is a reply to message #71421] Fri, 26 January 2007 16:13 Go to previous message
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Christian,

EMF's SDO implementation is an implement of SDO 1.0. Tuscany has an
implementation of SDO 2.x. EMF's SDO 1.0 implementation relies on a
design where the SDO types and properties are adapters of the Ecore
model whereas Tuscany's SDO 2.0 implement extends EMF 2.2.2's Ecore
model to directly implement the SDO type and property APIs, resulting in
potentially better performance. In both implementations, every
DataObject will also be an EObject/InternalEObject.


Christian Frederiksen wrote:
> What is the relationship between EMF SDO and Tuscany SDO?
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