Would you be adverse to moving the DAS effort over to Tuscany now where it probably belongs?
I'm fine with you hosting it here if you don't have commit access there however I'd like to start
answers your questions on the user@ mailing list without cluttering the dev list with DAS specific
information. We can simply confront LDAP related issues on both the dev and user list this way.
Either this or perhaps another ML might be in order if we decide to host a OL (Object-LDAP)
mapping project here.
In case you are still interested,
I'll be publishing a new revision
of the DAS LDAP Design Guide in a few days.
This is written as a cook book for how
to write the DAS, so it should be fairly straight
forward to follow.
Also - Apache Tuscany is very supportive
of this approach (We've had many discussions already)
and the project will
likely be moved into Tuscany as soon
as the initial implementation is complete.
I could have a working implementation
right now that reads and writes data graphs,
but there are a few bugs in the ADS
Dynamic Schema capabilities that need to be cleared
first. As soon as that's done I'll commit to
having an implementation that reads and writes SDO DataGraphs
within 10 days.
Note that SDO DataGraphs are really XSD Instances
and SDO was designed to use XML Schema for Typing.
Alex Karasulu wrote:
> Hi Weijian,
> As others have already confirmed such a tool does not exist in
> totality. There
> were some efforts out there with partial support for such functionality.
> Spring LDAP (not really but handles some glue code)
> Hibernate LDAP (incomplete)
> Castor LDAP (some say it is complete but I have not tried it)
> BTW it would be nice to start such an effort here. There are several
> approaches one of which was mentioned by Stefan Zoerner regarding he use of
> Object and State factories for JNDI. I thought heavily about this a
> while back however
> there are some issues with using OF and OS namely in the area of
> managing references
> in an object graph. I think the DAS stuff Ole spoke about has potential
> the timeline is unknown and we only have one person looking into it at
> the moment.
> If enough people are interested I think we can find a solid approach
> with a visible
> timeline to implement such a Object-LDAP (OL) mapping tool.
> On 5/10/07, *Weijian Fang* <email@example.com
> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org >> wrote:
> Is there a tool to convert LDAP data to Java bean based on LDAP
> schema? What I want is quite like what JAXB does on XML. Given an XML
> schema, JAXB is able to generate Java classes that translate schema
> compliant XML to Java beans and back. Now I have a LDAP schema, and a
> LDAP server where data complies with the scheam. I need to read LDAP
> data and conert to Java beans. I can do this manually. But if there is
> a tool able to automatically generate the code based on the LDAP
> schema, it wiil be great!
> Is there such a tool? Any hint? Thanks a lot!