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From "Antonio Gallardo" <agalla...@agsoftware.dnsalias.com>
Subject Re: About package.jdo for OJB
Date Tue, 14 Oct 2003 06:11:03 GMT
Thomas Mahler dijo:
> Hi ANtonio,
>
> Currently the JDO files are only used by the Bytecode-enhancer.
>
> OJB does not yet use information from the JDO file, but still relies on
> the repository.xml file.
>
> SO yes, collections are supported under ojb/jdo, but you have to define
> them in the repository.xml file.
>
> But I assume that once we are working more towards a complete JDO
> implementation we will provide full support for reading all information
> from a JDO file.
Thomas:

Thanks a lot for your answer. That means currently I dont need to define
it in the package.jdo file while using OJB. That means we already have a
support for OJB-JDO in Druid. Well, we will soon release a new version. I
will inform in the list about that. :)

Best Regards,

Antonio Gallardo

>
> cheers,
> Thomas
>
> Antonio Gallardo wrote:
>> Hi:
>>
>> I am finishing a new generator for repository.xml and package.jdo for
>> OJB in Druid - http://druid.sf.net/ :-D
>>
>> I have a question related to JDO:
>>
>> In the tutorial sample, there are not defined any <collection>
>> elements at all. OJB support this type? I mean:
>>
>> <class name="Department">
>> ...
>> <collection element-type="Employee">
>>   <extension
>>     vendor-name="ojb"
>>     key="element-inverse"
>>     value="DEPARTAMENT_ID"/>
>> </collection>
>>
>> This last element MUST be defined while using JDO with OJB or I can
>> avoid it definition?
>>
>> If this is posible, where I can found more info about how OJB uses the
>> key and value attributes in the JDO files. Because from the
>> specification I read:
>>
>> <snip page="127">
>> ELEMENT extension
>> This element specifies JDO vendor extensions..... The "key" and
>> "value" attributes are optional, and have vendor-specific meanings.
>> They may be ignored by any JDO implementation.
>> </snip>
>>
>> Please help :)
>>
>> Best Regards,
>>
>> Antonio Gallardo.
>>
>>
>>
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