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[Teneo] new user questions [message #606800] Fri, 25 May 2007 17:52
Jason Henriksen is currently offline Jason HenriksenFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi All,

I'm very excited about the use of teneo but I'm running into a couple of
basic problems, both of which have to do with controlling the mapping. For
reference, I'm using the 0.8.0 version on EMF/SDO objectes generated from
XSD in RAD 7.

Here's my teneo.annotations.xml file:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>


<!-- This has no effect -->
<eclass name="CreateType">

<!-- Neither does this -->
<eclass name="VSPDate">
<eclass name="VSPDateTime">

I have never used teneo or emf for a large project before, and only used
hibernate years ago. My goal is to make the CreateType not appear in the
database at all (It's just a SOAP wrapper) and I'd like the date objects to
be embedded directly into the table that uses them instead of them being a
sepeate table connected with a join.

Is this possible right now? I saw some posts about problems with transient,
but I wasn't sure if there was a way to work around that or not. I also
some something that I could make a specific use of an object embedded, but I
haven't found a way to make all uses of an object type embedded.

My file only contains:

Both the properties and the xml are located in the same place as the
documenation puts the and the I only
mention this because the output log doesn't mention anything about loading
the annotations...

Thank you for any suggestions you could offer,

Jason Henriksen
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