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From John Huss <johnth...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: basic tutorial
Date Fri, 21 Dec 2012 23:21:49 GMT
This message should be on the user mailing list, not the dev list, so
please reply there.

Cayenne is not primarily intended to be used that way, so there is no
tutorial.  It is possible to do, but there's not really a good reason to
for a beginner.  Using the modeler prevents from having to know the whole
XML api - instead the screens may it fairly easily to figure out what you
need to do.

Anyway if you want to hand-code the XML you can create a mapping using the
modeler (or find an example) and then see how the XML looks, then follow
the same pattern.  There is also a DTD somewhere I believe.  But you should
really use the modeler, at least until you get a hang of the basics.  Even
if you decide to skip the modeler later, start with it first.


On Fri, Dec 21, 2012 at 5:02 PM, Michael Jaruska
<michael.jaruska@gmail.com>wrote:

> hi folks,
>
> i'm searching for tutorial for using cayene without caynene modeler, i need
> something like "download this jar, write this bean, edit this xml in this
> way
> and this is how you can access objects from database".
>
> i'm not fun of grafical/ide tools (writing this hope this won't lead into
> spam), just like hand-make work.
>
> is there tutorial with this aspect keeping in mind?
>
> please be patient to my beginer question.
>
> michael
>

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