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From Martin Taal <mt...@springsite.com>
Subject OJB, JDO2 and apache jdo project (and jpox)
Date Thu, 02 Jun 2005 16:12:00 GMT
I have a question, what is the future of jdo support in ojb in relation 
to the jdo2 spec and the apache jdo project (http://wiki.apache.org/jdo/)?

In a post (20 March 2005) to this mailing list from Brian McCallister he 
says the following:
OJB's JDO implementation is more proof-of-concept than 
production-usable. A good open source JDO implementation is JPOX ( 
http://www.jpox.org/ ). Before long there should be an Apache JDO ( 
http://wiki.apache.org/jdo/ )project which can use OJB as the O/R 
Mapping backend.

Brian says that apache jdo can use ojb as the backend. Is this indeed 
the current idea of the apache jdo project and if so what timeframe 
should I think of?

Thanks for any clarifications on this.


With Regards, Martin Taal

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