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From Marc Prud'hommeaux <>
Subject Re: Testing against multiple JPA implementations
Date Fri, 27 Jul 2007 19:38:04 GMT

That's a very nice-looking article! It's a pity I don't read Polish.

If you were looking for another place to publish it, one good place  
might be on the JEE wiki: 

On Jul 27, 2007, at 4:27 AM, Jacek Laskowski wrote:

> On 7/14/07, Marc Prud'hommeaux <> wrote:
>> I recently needed to test out the behavior of other JPA
>> implementations for a certain feature, and was annoyed at how long it
>> took to download and set up all the various dependencies and
>> configuration properties for Hibernate and TopLink, so I went ahead
>> and created a template project that will automatically download and
>> configure OpenJPA, TopLink, and Hibernate, and run a specific class
>> for each of them.
> Hi Marc,
> I've been doing the same with m2 and created pom.xml for OpenJPA,
> TopLink and Hibernate with Apache Derby and PostgreSQL. I described it
> in my article "Nauka Java Persistence z Apache Maven 2 i dostawcami
> JPA: OpenJPA, Hibernate i TopLink" [1]. It's in Polish, but you may
> find some useful snippets there. Some steps are no longer necessary
> (e.g. Hibernate jars are in the m2 central repo) and the project has
> since been updated.
> I was wondering whether there'd be some interest in describing it in
> more detail, but didn't know where to publish it. Any hints? It's
> saved me plenty of time while digging into JPA details.
> [1] 
> Nauka_Java_Persistence_z_Apache_Maven_2_i_dostawcami_JPA:_OpenJPA% 
> 2C_Hibernate_i_TopLink
> Jacek
> -- 
> Jacek Laskowski

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