We are happy to announce release of Kundera 2.2.
Kundera is a JPA 2.0 based, object-datastore mapping library for NoSQL datastores. The idea behind Kundera is to make working with NoSQL Databases
drop-dead simple and fun. It currently supports Cassandra, HBase, MongoDB and relational databases.
Major Changes in this release:
* Geospatial Persistence and Queries for MongoDB
* Composite keys support for Cassandra and MongoDB
* Cassandra 1.1.6 migration
* Support for enum data type
* Named and Native queries support for REST based access
Github Issues Fixes (https://github.com/impetus-opensource/Kundera/issues):
Issue 136 - JPQL queries without WHERE clause or parameters fail
Issue 135 - MongoDB: enable WriteConcern, Safe mode and other properties on operation level.
Issue 133 - Externalize the database connection configuration
Issue 132 - problem in loading entity metadata when giving class name in class tag of persistence.xml
Issue 130 - Row not fully deleted from cassandra on em.remove(obj) - then cannot reinsert row with same key
We have revamped our wiki, so you might want to have a look at it here:
To download, use or contribute to Kundera, visit:
Latest released tag version is 2.2. Kundera maven libraries are now available at: https://oss.sonatype.org/content/repositories/releases/com/impetus
Sample codes and examples for using Kundera can be found here:
Thank you all for your contributions!
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