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[birt-news] Re: Birt and Hibernate

Hi,
I am very interested by this rough version of Hibernate ODA. I want to develop an open source ODA plugin for BIRT that can use many OR Mapping Tool (EOF, OJB, Hibernate, ...)


thanks in advance sending me the code source

Sebastien : seb@xxxxxxxxxx

Scott Rosenbaum wrote:

Also, if anyone is really interested in using Hibernate with BIRT, there is a very rough demonstration of how to create a Hibernate ODA. We have decided to hold on publishing this until 2.0 is release, since the ODA is moving to the DTP project. If anyone wants to see the rough version, let me know and I should be able to get you the source.


Scott Rosenbaum BIRT PMC


Scott Rosenbaum wrote:


Just want to give a tip of the hat to, Jason Weathersby on the publication of an article on Tech Forge <http://www.techforge.com/index.php/articles/192> that demonstrates how to integrate BIRT with Hibernate through a JavaScript data source.


For those of you interested in using BIRT with Hibernate, the article provides a great starting point for a quick and not too dirty implementation of Hibernate with BIRT. Eventually, we will be providing an implementation of a Hibernate data source using BIRT, but that will probably have to wait until we get through the 2.0 release cycle.


Scott Rosenbaum BIRT PMC



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