|Re: Best Practice for EMF and WTP [message #630533 is a reply to message #630527]
||Sun, 03 October 2010 21:12
| Martin Taal
Registered: July 2009
It depends a bit what type of web apps you write. If it is with GWT then Ed Merks has been working on making a GWT
enabled version of EMF. I am sure he sees this thread and give some more info.
On the server side you can use Teneo for automatic EMF-ORM mapping (to hibernate).
To use EMF/Teneo or Texo you just need to add a number of jars to the WEB-INF/lib, that's all. See here:
Another project which might be interesting is the Texo project which is mainly focused on the server side of web-apps
It gives you the benefits of EMF functionality but with more possibilities to integrate it into other frameworks which
can't handle the EMF specific list implementations.
Texo also provides orm generation, xml/xmi serialization, template overriding, etc.
On 10/03/2010 10:28 PM, Christoph Grotz wrote:
> I rather stumbled over EMF and I'm really intressted in the Framework.
> At the moment we're developing standard WTP projects without OSGi that
> use Hibernate for ORM with a multilayer concept( DAO-> Service -> Model
> -> View). It's working good. But probably we could achive a better
> documenting with EMF, besides the long term improvements from the code
> generating aspect.
> Right now, I'm not completely sure if EMF is practicable for a web
> application and more important how the architecture should be in that
> case. At the moment I suppose that a combination of EMF, CDO and Teneo
> would be a good choice.
> I think the question is rather clear, how could this scenario look, is
> there a best practice?
> Thank you,
> Christoph Grotz
With Regards, Martin Taal
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