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From "Boni Gopalan \(BioImagene\)" <Bon...@bioimagene.com>
Subject RE: an alternative OCM (Object Content Mapping)
Date Tue, 11 Nov 2008 04:25:24 GMT
Fabain : Runtime every generic will be an Object and ONLY of type java.lang.Object.  It is
not a problem with jackrabbit-ocm but a result of the way generics is implemented in Java.
 However you will be able to map out the object exactly the say you want to map it our by
using the right converter (Bean Converter or Collection Converter) available with jackrabbit-ocm.
 If none is fitting your requirements writing one is very simple too.  Why don't you lay out
your exact requirements I will be able to help you with it.  I am in the thick of a jackrabbit-ocm
based persistent storage implementation and I am effextively using a generic dao (AbstractDao<T>)
just like the one JCROM has.  There is absolutely any doubt that jackrabbit-ocm is superior
to any JCR OR mapping tools available currently.


-----Original Message-----
From: Fard [mailto:maurice.fard@gmail.com] 
Sent: 10 November 2008 21:18
To: users@jackrabbit.apache.org
Subject: Re: an alternative OCM (Object Content Mapping)

Hello Fabián,

Your example is a good example. It is exactly one of my problems.
the other things in JACROM I could not define a filed with java.lang.Object
type in my class. Beacause I would like to assign an object/s of any type
(for example String, File,...) during run time to it. 
I have also used native Jackrabbit OCM and I couldn't solve my problem with
So I'm looking for anather OCM for transaction with Jackrabbit.



Fabián Mandelbaum wrote:
> Fard escribió:
>> Hello there,
>> I am looking for an alternative OCM (Object Content Mapping). I have used
>> JCROM and I found it is useful, but recently I found it is not a good
>> remedy
>> for java generic programming.
>> I really really appreciate any help.
>> Regards
>> Fard
> Hello Fard,
>     what do you mean with "Java Generic Programming"? Things like:
>     public class SomeDAO<T>
>     for example?

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