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From Martin Poeschl <mpoes...@marmot.at>
Subject Re: Torque learning curve WAS: RE: Jakarta Persistence Framework?
Date Tue, 01 Jan 2002 13:46:17 GMT
Ted Husted wrote:

> Jon Scott Stevens wrote:
> 
>>Look at Scarab.
>>
> 
> I've got the CVS snapshot from 12/31. There are 193 classes. 
> 
> Which of those should I look at first if my goal is to use Torque and
> Peers in a simple test project, with maybe one table and no security?

> 
> I would in fact like to spend some quality time with Scarab, but that's
> outside the scope of simply learning to use Torque and Peers, which is
> what I would really, really like to do first. (I'm quite sincere about
> all this. I just have to be careful about how I spend my time right
> now.)
> 
> If anyone has a simple application that they have done using Torque and
> Peers (perhaps when they were learning it themselves) that they can send
> me in confidence, I will be very eager to use as the base of another
> "cleanroom" example that we could make available publically, and include
> a "tour" as I did with the Struts example application. It's obvious that
> there is some great technology here, and I would love to make it more
> accessible to busy developers (and which of us is not one of those?). 


there is a testbed in torque cvs (/src/rttest)) ... it runs all generation tasks and includes
a 
simple app which adds data to the db ...


martin


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