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Teneo plan to support java5 annotations instead of EMF? [message #603280] Thu, 08 March 2007 14:44
Jean-Denis Boudreault is currently offline Jean-Denis BoudreaultFriend
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Hello,


im really just a newbie to teneo, EMF and EJB3 but i was wondering about
this:

i was just reading about the new proposed eclipse project DALI which if i
understand correctly, will assist in mapping of EJB3 persistence in code.
From what I understand about EJB3 is that it uses java 5 annotations to
define mapping of them model and that it is the JDK standard for persisted
entities.


Teneo uses EMF model annotations, which are NOT java 5 annotations. Is
there a particular reason for not using Java5 annotations? Does the Teneo
team envision eventually switching to annotations eventually? or at least,
support them too?

and if Teneo remains with EMF annotations, what will be the impact of
being incompatible with the 'EJB3' standard and the tools that will be
developed for it?


thanks for helping me understand your vision and i really think teneo
rocks!
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