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From Georgi Naplatanov <>
Subject Re: JPA 2.0 development plans...
Date Fri, 31 Oct 2008 15:04:46 GMT
Hello, list.

As i can see there are not addressed constraint names. It will be nice
developer to set name for constraints and indexes for better maintenance
in the future. In this way OpenJPA schema generator will be more useful.

Best regards

Jeremy Bauer wrote:
> Hi Adam,
> There is no list that I know of, yet. OpenJPA trunk is primed for 2.0
> development and 2.0 planning will begin shortly, including a call for
> participation.  I agree, part of the planning process needs to include
> mapping existing OpenJPA functionality to the corresponding function
> in JPA 2.0.  There is a public draft of JSR-317 available for review
> at  If you (and
> others) would like to contribute to this effort, that would be
> fantastic.  I've opened a JIRA task
> for this piece of
> work, for now.  As JPA 2.0 development gets underway lets take
> advantage of the wiki and other tools to better manage, document, and
> organize the effort.
> -Jeremy
> On Fri, Oct 31, 2008 at 4:57 AM, Adam Hardy <> wrote:
>> Is there a list of new JPA 2.0 spec features which are already covered by
>> existing OpenJPA features?
>> Such as @Dependent or @OrderColumn ?
>>>>>> On Sep 30, 2008, at 9:10 AM, Kevin Sutter wrote:
>>>>>>> Due to the upcoming JPA 2.0 development activities, the OpenJPA
>>>>>>> repository needs to make a few changes.  Since the JPA 2.0 changes
>>>>>>> could be disruptive to current JPA 1.0 processing (at least during
>>>>>>> initial development), I would like to create a 1.3.x service
>>>>>>> This 1.3.x branch would indicate the end of new development based
>>>>>>> the JPA 1.0 specification.  This 1.3.x branch could be used for
>>>>>>> necessary support activities (or even a potential release, if
>>>>>>> necessary), but the mainline trunk would now become the basis
for JPA
>>>>>>> 2.0 development (2.0.0-SNAPSHOT).
>>>>>>> All new development activity would continue in trunk, just like
>>>>>>> past. But, we would also have the ability to start experimenting
>>>>>>> some of the new features that have been identified in the early
>>>>>>> drafts of the JPA 2.0 specification.  Granted, we only have the
>>>>>>> single Early Draft Review version of the JPA 2.0 spec, but it's
>>>>>>> least a start.  Even if we have to modify a few things along
the way,
>>>>>>> at least we're getting experience with the new specification.
>>>>>>> we can initiate a roadmap for the new features and hopefully
>>>>>>> encourage new participation by the diverse OpenJPA community.
>>>>>>> We need to determine the "best date" for this cutover.  Since
I'm not
>>>>>>>  sure on the current development activities of the OpenJPA developers,
>>>>>>> let's use this thread for the discussion.  Since the end of Sept
is fast
>>>>>>> approaching, let's shoot for Friday, Oct 31 as the cutover date.
>>>>>>> Comments or suggestions are welcome!

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