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From Martin Taal <mt...@springsite.com>
Subject Re: OJB, JDO2 and apache jdo project (and jpox)
Date Fri, 10 Jun 2005 07:45:36 GMT
Okay, Brian/Thomas thanks for your response.

gr. Martin

Brian McCallister wrote:
> 
> On Jun 2, 2005, at 12:12 PM, Martin Taal wrote:
> 
>> Hi,
>> 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?
> 
> 
> The Apache JDO project ( jdo-dev-subscribe@db.apache.org ) is going.  
> The priority, right now, is finishing the JDO 2.0 TCK rather than the  
> implementation (which will need to wait until final JDO 2.0 spec  
> (close) and the TCK to be completed (to verify that it passes!)).
> 
> The JDO 1.0.X RI codebase has been imported to the ASF subversion  
> repository, and we could build up the OJB - JDO 1.0 plugin to be  
> beefier, except that I think the general concensus is that JDO 2.0 is  
> so much better than 1.0 that we may as well just build towards that.
> 
> I still recommend JPOX if you need an open source JDO implementation  
> (though I've not had a chance to use the now open-sourced Versant  one, 
> it may be very nice, I dunno). JPOX doesn't provide the range of  
> databases, or all of the flexibility of OJB, but it does do
> a compliant JDO =)
> 
> -Brian
> 
>> Thanks for any clarifications on this.
>>
>> -- 
>>
>> With Regards, Martin Taal
>>
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With Regards, Martin Taal

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