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Using Ecore instrospection vs Java introspection in Teneo [message #615556] Mon, 25 February 2008 17:17
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After I noticed a few Teneo classes adapting Ecore to Hibernate (namely:
EMFTuplizer, EMFComponentTuplizer, EMFInstantiator), I was wondering if
there is any support at this point for utilizing Ecore introspection
instead of Java's for all Hibernate property access.

The main reason I am interested in this is because I need to obfuscate my
application code and Ecore introspection is a great way to insulate the
obfuscation changes to classes from introspection clients such as
Hibernate (we have successfully done so in a few other cases).

I can also see the use for this in supporting the persistence of dynamic
Ecore models (not something we are interested at this point, but may be of
value to other people using Teneo).

If this is not yet implemented in Teneo, could any of you gives us an idea
of the complexity of implementing that? I'll happy to contribute this code
back to the community if there is an interest.

thanks in advance,

-- yuri
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