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From Andrus Adamchik <and...@objectstyle.org>
Subject Re: Dynamic (runtime) adding of DataNodes.
Date Tue, 15 Dec 2009 12:21:49 GMT
The answer is yes. Any part of Cayenne stack can be created via API in  
runtime, including DataNodes.

DataNode node = new DataNode("mynode");
for(DataMap map : domain.getDataMaps()) {
    node.addDataMap(map);
}

node.setAdapter(...);
node.setDataSource(...);

domain.addNode(node);

Andrus

On Dec 15, 2009, at 5:56 AM, Evgeny Ryabitskiy wrote:

> As Andrus asked, I am starting this question in new thread.
>
> Every our library(module) has set of DomainMaps (we can't use only one
> DomainMap because our modules are really big).
> So each Module has it's "module1-cayenne.xml" that has set of  
> DomainMaps.
>
> Idea is to use this configuration without DomainNodes that are
> strongly set in "module1-cayenne.xml" and declare only DomainMaps.
>
> Then create some ... fore example web service, add few
> modules/libraries to dependency ...
> Create only one DomainNode (in runtime) then load all DataMaps from
> "module1-cayenne.xml" ,  "module2-cayenne.xml" , .. etc and bind (add
> ref) all this maps to DomainNode of web service.
>
> So question is... if I could create DomainNode at runtime and bind
> DataMaps to it?
>
> Evgeny.
>


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