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From Robert Zeigler <>
Subject Re: Can Cayenne run on google AppEngine/Java?
Date Fri, 10 Apr 2009 21:28:15 GMT
I've been looking at the low level api a bit more.
I think our best bet is to write a db adapter, rather than a jdbc  
driver (although the jdbc driver would be interesting as it would  
enable a much broader range of persistence support, ie, not cayenne- 

I may play with this idea some.  Definitely... intrigued. :)


On Apr 10, 2009, at 4/101:06 PM , Mike Kienenberger wrote:

> A little bit more on the topic since there's some interest:
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Max Ross <>
> Date: Apr 8, 4:59 pm
> Subject: Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)
> To: Google App Engine for Java
> Sounds very interesting!  It would certainly open up a lot of  
> additional
> frameworks for use on App Engine.  I can't think of any security
> restrictions that would prevent you from implementing a jdbc driver  
> that
> wraps the datastore service, so by all means go for it!
> Max
> On Wed, Apr 8, 2009 at 1:55 PM, Thomas Mueller  
> <
>> I am the author of the H2 Database Engine, and I think about writing
>> an open source "JDBC to wrapper".
>> That way people can use SQL and the JDBC API (or other libraries that
>> use it).

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