|Re: Texo JSON Resource: using EMF in a 3-tier architecture with a JSON JPA web server [message #913288 is a reply to message #913031]
||Sat, 15 September 2012 02:51
| Martin Taal
Registered: July 2009
Nice to hear Hallvard, by getting 2 plugins (org.eclipse.emf.texo/org.eclipse.emf.texo.json) you can do EMF <--> JSON |
conversions and include the JSONTexoResource in a RCP.
Your students can connect their mobile web clients to the Texo generated server side quite easily:
The JSON server side support has quite some features especially for higher volume datasets.
On 09/14/2012 06:26 PM, Hallvard Trætteberg wrote:
> That sounds really useful! My students often ask for JSON support, particularly when communicating with web services and
> mobile clients.
> On 29.08.12 17.25, Martin Taal wrote:
>> The last days I spend some time on implementing a nice new feature in
>> Texo: the JSONTexoResource.
>> With this EMF resource implementation it is possible to run your RCP in
>> a standards compliant 3-tier architecture. This new EMF resource allows
>> you to retrieve/persist your EMF EObjects remotely from a JPA/JSON web
>> server which stores its data in a relational db. It uses JSON over HTTP
>> as the communication protocol.
>> Other features:
>> - automatic remote EMF proxy resolving
>> - support for JPQL queries to load objects, cross referencing queries,
>> refreshing objects on the client
>> For more information see these links here:
With Regards, Martin Taal
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