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From lujie <lj...@126.com>
Subject Re: Hybrid schemes with table and blob mapping for OCM?
Date Tue, 30 Sep 2008 07:46:10 GMT

The question is, i have a simple java bean named customer with two fields,
one is id ,the other  is name.
Using ocm, i can persist the bean into RDBMS, the result is a blob in the
database table(bundledpersistencemanager.)
So, can i persist the bean into RDBMS like hibernate does? the result should
be one row in the database table with table column id and name.


Christophe Lombart wrote:
> Hi,
> OCM is a object mapping for a content repository based on JCR (eg.
> Jackrabbit). this is not only used for binaries. It can be used for any
> kind
> of content. Here, we are only focusing on content repository. However, it
> is
> be possible to use a RDBMS and a content repo (JCR) from the same
> application.
> Christophe
> On Tue, Sep 30, 2008 at 04:00, lujie <lj_ph@126.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>>   as far as i can see, the hibernate mapping is for database table , and
>> the ocm is for database blob. And
>> maybe the ocm can provide another choice that we can decide whether the
>> java
>> bean be saved as blob or
>> hibernate entity
>>   any ideas?
>>                         THX
>>                                         lujie
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