|Re: Dali Plug-in now available [message #561899]
||Mon, 19 December 2005 14:40
| Haris Peco
Registered: July 2009
wtp's rdb and dtp are bad database plugins - there are more much better
plugins on internet (sqlexplorer, db quantum etc) - it work bad with
doesn't work with postgresql - they work good with derby and db2 (maybe),
but i don't have db2 or derby - database plugin is very important for
project like dali and it can't be good without good database plugin
i think that oracle (guess that oracle sponsor this project) can develop
better plugin than dtp or wtp
I try eclipse orm (similar project) and it is good plugin, but unusable
because use wtp's rdb
Neil Hauge wrote:
> Most of plug-in was developed on WTP .7, but I have done some testing with
> WTP 1.0 RC's and things seem to work fine. The only major thing that I
> noticed is that you may not see our "Persistence" menu item in the
> right-click menu when using the J2EE perspective. This is only needed to
> "Add Persistence..." capability to a project, which could be done in the
> Java perspective instead.
> As for our DB tool, we currently use the RDB component from the WTP. We
> plan to migrate to the DTP in synch with WTP, as the RDB component will
> eventually be obsolete.
> Haris Peco wrote:
>> Neil Hauge wrote:
>>> The Dali plug-in is now available at www.eclipse.org/dali.
>>> The latest version of the Dali EJB3 ORM plug-in is now available on our
>>> project website Â<96> www.eclipse.org/dali. The download is located in the
>>> "Downloads" section, found in the navigation menu on the left side of
>>> project page. Installation instructions and a Getting Started page are
>>> provided to get you up and running. Be sure to read the pre-reqs and
>>> Notes on the Getting Started page.
>>> Please post your comments and questions, as we would greatly appreciate
>>> your feedback.
>> What version webtools is required - i have wtp 1.0 rc3 and it is too
>> different from 0.7
>> What database tools dali use : rdb from wtp or dtp or any special ?
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