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From David Jencks <david_jen...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: JPA support update
Date Sat, 28 Oct 2006 18:52:35 GMT
I now have daytrader modified to work with openjpa on derby using  
option (1).  See DAYTRADER-16.  I don't know if this broke the direct  
and ejb options for daytrader.

thanks
david jencks

On Oct 24, 2006, at 5:41 PM, David Jencks wrote:

> After some conversations with David Blevins at ApacheCon in which  
> he pointed out that the jpa impl is not supposed to look for  
> persistence.xml files itself when deployed in an ee environment I  
> wrote a PersistenceUnitBuilder that can interpret persistence.xml  
> files included in a geronimo plan (where the gbeans go).  This  
> works much better than leaving it out :-)
>
> It looks like openjpa support is working fairly well in the sandbox/ 
> javaee5 stuff.  The toy jpa itest app deploys and can access the db  
> without errors.
>
> I think the next step might be to make a version of daytrader that  
> uses jpa.  I'm not quite sure what the best way to do this is.   
> Here are some ideas:
>
> 1. include the jpa stuff in the ejb jar, acessed through a session  
> bean and through something like tradeDirect.  This forces daytrader  
> to run only on jdk 1.5
>
> 2. fork daytrader and do (1) in a fork
>
> 3. fork daytrader and only support jpa in the fork
>
> 4. have 2 ejb jars, one using jpa, the other not, and have 2 ears ,  
> one with jpa and the other not.
>
> From a brief look at daytrader it looks to me as if the way to  
> proceed is to annotate and enhance the data holder classes in the  
> ejb jar.  I don't know if using disconnected enhanced classes would  
> have any effect on performance for cmp or direct jdbc use, so I  
> think that (3) or (4) might be advisable to avoid possible  
> interference.
>
> Thoughts?
>
> thanks
> david jencks
>
>
>


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