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From Kasun Lakpriya <>
Subject Re: [GSoC] Status update
Date Mon, 16 Aug 2010 20:14:20 GMT
Hi Pierre-Arnaud,
Thanks for the feedback.

I fixed the bug but as we yesterday tagged the trunk of google project I did
not add this change to that. Hope we can add it with next commit.

Kind Regards,

On Mon, Aug 16, 2010 at 9:22 PM, Pierre-Arnaud Marcelot <>wrote:

> Hi Kasun,
> I followed your help page and managed to install easily the Persistence
> Tooling plugins.
> I was also able to generate some persistence code for a testing entry and I
> successfully tested this code in a small class (which gets a Person and
> updates one of its attribute).
> Congratulations! It works great...
> Of course, this is not something we could be shipping as is in Studio, and
> a few things need to be re-worked in order to make the plugin more powerful
> and customizable (like a tighter integration into Eclipse for code
> generation and the ability to change the default connection to the DAO class
> for example).
> But, this is a very good starting point. :)
> Just, one small bug I came across while testing: when arriving to the
> attributes selection page of the wizard, I couldn't move to the next page or
> finish the wizard, I had to (un)check one element to get the buttons to
> work.
> A very minor bug, which can probably be fixed before the end of the GSoC
> deadline.
> Regards,
> Pierre-Arnaud
> On 15 août 2010, at 16:39, Kasun Lakpriya wrote:
> Hi dev,
> Tomorrow is the 'pencils down date' according to the GSoC 2010 time line
> [0].
> So I would like to present you all, in the dev , our final version (for
> GSoC 2010) of Persistence Tooling plugin for Apache Directory Studio.
> The product we have at the moment is capable of generating a Java Bean
> class and a DAO class from an existing entry in a LDAP directory tree. The
> tooling collects all the required information in a wizard to generate the
> code and the code can be generated to a Eclipse Java project. At the moment
> it's not generation the pom.xml so that we need to generate the code in to a
> place where all the dependencies exist (e.g. persistence-example module in
> [1]).
> *How to install : *
> We just need to extract the tarball [2] to eclipse/dropins directory.
> Complete user documentation can be found here [3].
> And finally I want to thank all of you for your help, guidance and feedback
> during GSoC. Special thanks to my mentor, Stefan Seelmann, Pierre-Arnaud,
> Emmanuel for your help and guidance.
> Thanks and Kind Regards,
> Kasun
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