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From Gilberto Caetano de Andrade <gilbert...@secad.to.gov.br>
Subject Re: [POLL]: Cayenne 3.0 -- Java 1.4 or 5 support?
Date Mon, 20 Aug 2007 01:32:23 GMT
>Hi Gilberto,
>
>Like Ari said, we are trying to make this decision now - switch or  
>not to switch 3.0 development to Java 1.5. The [POLL] thread was of  
>course started to ask user opinion and see what app servers would  
>still force the JDK 1.4 on the users.
>
>So a question to you - would it be possible to switch to Cayenne  
>2.0.3 for your application? What 3.0 features are you relying upon?
First I have to say something. It has some time that I have attempted
to introduce cayenne here in our department and one of the main
arguments that has impeded me was the support to the programming with POJO.

But in this first project we are not using this option, being still in
phase of learning and mainly for this characteristic not available in
version 3.
But I have to admit, as DBA I find that these characteristics
(annotations, POJO, JPA, etc), they do not beat the modeller and the
useful technique to avoid overwriting of the custom code.
Thanks for your attention!
Gilberto.

PS.: We will try to switch to Cayenne 2.0.3 and see if the app works. 
>
>Andrus
>
>
>On Aug 17, 2007, at 9:41 PM, Aristedes Maniatis wrote:
>> On 18/08/2007, at 7:59 AM, Gilberto C Andrade wrote:
>>
>>> I'm from Brazil (www.secad.to.gov.br) and using cayenne 3.0 for some
>>> time (we're replacing old java webapp made with jdbc by cayenne).  
>>> Here
>>> we will stay with java 1.4 for sometime because of one HR application
>>> made with oracle forms 10g (which is only certificated on java  
>>> 1.4). So,
>>> the question: We will be able to use cayenne 3.0 on this server?
>>
>> There is currently a discussion between the Cayenne developers  
>> about whether to require 1.5 in the final 3.0 release. Of course  
>> you can continue to run 3.0M1 should that be the case, but the  
>> final decision has not yet been made of when exactly to move to  
>> JDK1.5 as a minimum requirement.
>>
>> Ari Maniatis
>>
>>
>>
>> -------------------------->
>> Aristedes Maniatis
>> phone +61 2 9660 9700
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