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From "Gilberto C. Andrade" <>
Subject Re: Cayenne POJO inheritance
Date Mon, 17 Aug 2009 12:39:15 GMT
On Sun, Aug 16, 2009 at 3:21 AM, Aristedes Maniatis<> wrote:
> On 15/08/09 5:41 AM, Gilberto C. Andrade wrote:
>> Ok, after a good read on [1] and [2], I could understand that what I
>> want to do [3], right now, is not implemented in cayenne.  Cayenne
>> only supply table-per-class-hierarchy feature.
>> Is that right?
>> Gilberto
>> [1]
>> [2]
>> [3]
> Horizontal inheritance is also implemented now (3.0M6). However, you should
> watch the jira task [4] to see when vertical inheritance is being worked on.

Thanks, I will!

> In the short term, you may be able to implement what you need using the
> other two ways to model inheritance; for the most part, your Java code will
> not change when you change your database implementation of how the
> inheritance is represented.

Most of the time you can't change the database, but thanks God it
isn't my problem right now.
I'm doing a simple guide on how to develop - in Brazilian Portuguese
language - with apache cayenne and click projects, I will use this one
[1], developed with Delphi written by Adail Muniz Retamal, as
I want to say that I found  some difficulty with cayenne
documentation, most of the time I wasted looking for the information I
wanted. This article is a valid cayenne reference [2]? It seems
outdated! I've found it very simple and comprehensive.  It could be a
fault from myself , not knowing or understanding the general cayenne
documentation idea. Or I was contaminated by the simplicity of click
documentation [3].

Thankful for your attention,



> Ari Maniatis
> [4]
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> Aristedes Maniatis
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