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From Arturo Perez <>
Subject Re: Re: setPageSize causes blowup?
Date Thu, 08 Jun 2006 18:41:41 GMT

Gentry, Michael (Contractor <michael_gentry <at>> writes:

> Cayenne does some things a bit easier than EOF.  Such as automatically
> reconnecting to your database when the connection has been lost and
> automatically opening new database connections for multithreaded
> operations.  I'm also fond of the dual-class generation, like
> EOGenerator gave.  Still amazed Apple never built that into EOModeler or
> bundled it ...
> /dev/mrg
> -----Original Message-----
> From: news [mailto:news <at>] On Behalf Of Arturo Perez
> Sent: Thursday, June 08, 2006 9:47 AM
> To: cayenne-user <at>
> Subject: Re: setPageSize causes blowup?
> Andrus Adamchik <andrus <at>> writes:
> > 
> > I couldn't reproduce the problem with the latest version of Cayenne.  
> > Could you possibly upgrade to RC1 and see if this is still broken?
> > 
> > Andrus
> > 
> That was my plan and I tried it this morning.  Seems to work fine.
> Thanks!  I'm loving this almost as much as I loved WebObjects.
> -arturo

Actually, it's not Cayenne that makes me miss WebObjects.  I think it's doing a
find job as an EOF-ng.

What's getting me down is all the data translation between the Struts-based
front end (strings?  integers?  what happened to my OBJECTS!?) and the
business logic layer.

Now, I'm updating a Neanderthalish Web application so I don't have the
complete freedom to switch to something else.  Click sounds intriguing.

Any other recommendations for in-house Web application front-end development
that plays nicely with Cayenne?


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