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Subject Re: Bean storage in database
Date Fri, 01 Feb 2002 17:06:37 GMT does something like that.

It looked pretty good when I looked at it and I plan to try and integrate
it into a project soon instead of using the relatively useless EJB :)


On Fri, 1 Feb 2002, Fernandez Martinez, Alejandro wrote:

> Hi folks!
> The J2EE discussion on the general list has raised some interesting
> questions. Is there any possible replacement for entity EJBs in Jakarta
> land? I'm thinking about a straight mapping from a JavaBean to a database,
> which can be useful in many simple-usage situations.
> The idea is: you have a bean, you want to store it in the database, every
> attribute in a field. References to included beans would be solved with
> foreign keys. A special "primary key" field is used to read it back.
> There are some pieces that could be used: Torque to insert XML in a
> database, and probably Digester to turn a bean into XML. But I don't know
> much about either.
> Is there any interest in something like this?

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