|Re: EMF - JPA ? [message #614064]
||Wed, 23 January 2008 15:27
| Ed Merks
Registered: July 2009
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EMF is awesome, but of course I'm biased. The Teneo project supports
Hibernate persistence of EMF objects and JPA very nicely:
To ask questions about it, please the EMFT newsgroup and prefix the
subject line with [Teneo]:
I've included it on the "to" list of the reply for followups.
I think Teneo definitely is ready for production use. I know many folks
have been using it for a number of years and Martin Taal is very
responsive to questions as wells as to fixing any bugs that turn up.
It's very easy to hook up. So I'd recommend you do some prototype work
with it and form your own opinion. Martin will be at EclipseCon and
will be helping out with one of the tutorials to show how easy it is
integrate Teneo with the rest of your EMF-based applications...
> HI, I dont have much glue about EMF right now, it looks very promising
> to me. What I wonder if there are some improvements regarding JPA
> integration lately. Right now I have JavaBeans generated with
> HiberObjects, but as my model is growing it reaches its limits. WOuld
> be cool if I could do my JPA model with EMF. I heard about teneo,
> butit looks not ready for production to me. Can you give me any hints
> on that ?
> Regards Thomas
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