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From "Derek Hohls" <>
Subject Re: flowscript and databaseActions
Date Thu, 17 Jun 2004 06:34:16 GMT

I am currently trying to get grips with using Hibernate, based
off of Hugo Burms samples placed on the Wiki (search: Hibernate).
I have managed to get the XSP and Authenticate samples up
and running.  I have attempted to convert the Woody sample
to work with CForms - see
but cannot get it working.  In any case, this is a fairly crude sample
with only a very basic save facility.

My question to you: would you consider placing some working code
that demos the full CRUD cycle, with CForms and Flow and Hibernate,
on the Wiki.  If there is something you have that needs "tidying up"
I can try and help with this - it does seem that Hibernate offers a 
good solution, but a solid, working demo offers far more proof than
a thousand email opinions!


>>> 2004/06/16 10:16:21 PM >>>

My choice would be Hibernate. I'm currently using it for a project and
now it seems to be a very good choice.
You can simply load and save your objects to a relational database
Hibernate. And use the data binding framework to load/save the beans to


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Stephane Delort" <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, June 14, 2004 4:16 PM
Subject: flowscript and databaseActions

> Dear list,
> I am in front of a cocoon -best way- choice and need some expert
> So, I need to do some forms with C-forms and store the results in a
> database.
> for the CForms I will use flowscripts but then, I don't know which
> is better to access the database:
> - databaseActions : they look pretty and could be very helpful for a
> development
> - java code using jdbc in flowscript : like this I will have all ;y
> resources loaded in flowscript (CForms and database)
> Also, if I make my own java code I really think I am reinventing the
> Nevertheless,  I don't know if using DBActions in sitemap and
> correct.
> I saw that it is also possible to use Hibernate with flowscript but 
> haven't got enough time to learn this, and the webapp is not that
> use OJB [it's a kind of sample, but I also don't want to make it
> Thank you in advance,
> Stephane
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