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From bri...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: db-ojb/xdocs user-docs.xml
Date Thu, 27 Nov 2003 15:09:08 GMT
brianm      2003/11/27 07:09:08

  Added:       xdocs    user-docs.xml
  Log:
  Catalog of user docs
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.1                  db-ojb/xdocs/user-docs.xml
  
  Index: user-docs.xml
  ===================================================================
  <?xml version="1.0"?>
  <document>
  
    <properties>
      <author email="brianm@apache.org">Brian McCallister</author>
      <title>ObJectRelationalBridge User Documentation</title>
    </properties>
  
  <body>
  <section name="Using OJB">
      <subsection name="Tutorials">
      <ul>
     		<li>
     		   <a href="mapping-tutorial.html">Object-Relational Mapping</a><br
/>
     		   The Object-Relational Mapping tutorial walks though a basic metadata
     		   mapping for an object to a relational database.
     	    </li>
     		<li>
              <a href="pb-tutorial.html">The Persistence Broker API</a><br
/>
              The Persistence Broker tutorial demonstrates how to use the <code>PersistenceBroker</code>
API
              which forms an object persistence kernel for OJB. While it is the lowest level
API provided by
              OJB it is also exceptionally easy to use.
          </li>
     		<li>
     		   <a href="odmg-tutorial.html">The ODMG API</a><br />
     		   The ODMG API tutorial steps though using the ODMG 3.0 API provided by OJB. This
is an 
     		   industry standard API designed for Object Databases.
     	    </li>
     		<li>
              <a href="tutorial4.html">The JDO API</a><br />
              JDO is a standard API for accessing persistent objects in Java. This tutorial
steps through 
              how to use OJB's JDO plugin.
          </li>
     		<li>
     		    <a href="otm-tutorial.html">The Object Transaction Manager</a><br
/>
     		    The OTM is OJB's implementation of object level transactions. These are transactions
     		    independent of the underlying relational database providing more efficient resource
     		    utilisation and extremely felxible locking semantics.
          </li>
          <li>
              <a href="tutorial3.html">Advanced O/R Mapping</a><br />
              This tutorial explains advanced object-relational mapping in OJB including
              mapping collections, inheritence hierarchies, and optimizing performance.
          </li>
      </ul>
      </subsection>
      <subsection name="Reference Documentation">
      <ul>        
     		<li>
     		    <a href="jdbc-types.html">JDBC Types</a><br />
     		    This document explains the standard mapping of JDBC types to Java classes.
     	    </li>
     		<li>
     		    <a href="repository.html">Repository Metadata</a><br />
     		    The specific details of OJB metadata. 
          </li>
     		<li>
     		    <a href="platforms.html">Platform</a><br />
     		    What OJB requires from relational databases, and how to let it know which database
to use. 
     	    </li>
     		<li>
     		    <a href="deployment.html">Deployment</a><br />
     		    Specifics on what is required to deploy OJB, including deployment to EJB containers.
     	    </li>
     		<li>
     	        <a href="ojb-properties.html">OJB.properties Configuration</a><br
/>
     	        The details on how to modify OJB's behaviour. This includes changing pluggable
     	        components.
     	    </li>
     	    <li>
     	        <a href="objectcache.html">The Object Cache</a><br />
     	        Documentation on the different object caching implementations included
     	        with OJB.
     	    </li>
     	    <li>
     	        <a href="sequencemanager.html">The Sequence Manager</a><br />
     	        How to use different sequence management strategies with OJB.
     	    </li>
     	    <li>
     	        <a href="lockmanager.html">The Lock Manager</a><br />
     	        The ODMG API supports different lock management systems. This document explains
the
     	        differences and how to make use of them.
     	    </li>
     	    <li>
     	        <a href="performance.html">OJB Performance</a><br />
     	        A look at how OJB performs and how to use OJB's performance tests.
     	    </li>
     		<li>
     		    <a href="api/index.html">Javadoc APIi Documentation</a><br />
     		    Javadoc API specifics for OJB.
     	    </li>
          <li>
              <a href="links.html">More on O/R Mapping</a><br />
              More information on O/R mapping in general.
          </li>
      </ul>
      </subsection>
  </section>
  </body>
  </document>
  
  
  

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