Synonyms for eclipselink or Related words with eclipselink
Examples of "eclipselink"
supports usage in an OSGi environment.
The reference implementation for JPA is
Import the following class to use extended functionality of
is the intended path forward for persistence for Oracle and TopLink. It is intended that the next major release of Oracle TopLink will include
as well as the next major release of Oracle Application Server.
To get support for TopLink Grid and
, users also need to import the following package of classes.
In 2007, part of the TopLink source code was donated to the Eclipse Foundation and the
project was born.
The runtime component of TopLink is provided by the
Core. This API provides direct access to the runtime, which is embedded into the application. Persistence behavior is enabled by making application calls that invoke
API to perform these functionalities which provides safe access to shared databases.
is the open source Eclipse Persistence Services Project from the Eclipse Foundation. The software provides an extensible framework that allows Java developers to interact with various data services, including databases, web services, Object XML mapping (OXM), and Enterprise Information Systems (EIS).
supports a number of persistence standards including:
Toplink was originally developed by The Object people in Smalltalk. It was ported to Java in 1996-1998 and called "TopLink for Java". In 2002,TopLink was acquired by Oracle Corporation and was developed under the Oracle Fusion Middleware product. The TopLink code was donated to the Eclipse Foundation and the
project was born in 2007. The
now provides the functionality of TopLink. Sun Microsystems selected
in March 2008, as the implementation for the JPA 2.0, JSR 317 reference. A number of versions of TopLink have been released since and the latest version 12c (12.1.3) is available for free Download.
In March 2008 the Eclipse Foundation announced that Sun Microsystems had selected the
project as the reference implementation for the JPA 2.0, JSR 317 standard.
Sun Microsystems has selected the
project to be the reference implementation for JPA 2.0., Oracle did the same for JPA 2.1.
(which is based on work made for TopLink) is the reference implementation of the EJB 3.0 Java Persistence API (JPA) and a product of Oracle.
The binding of Java classes to XML schemas is possible with the help of Object-XML, which is an
component. By implementing JAXB, mapping information is provided through annotations. It also provides manipulation of XML.
On 28 July 2011, Oracle Corporation released GlassFish v3.1.1. This is fix release for GlassFish v3.1 with multiple component updates (Weld, Mojarra, Jersey,
, ...), JDK 7 support, AIX support and more.
is based on the TopLink product from which Oracle contributed the source code to create the
project. The original contribution was from TopLink's 11g code base, and the entire code-base/feature set was contributed, with only EJB 2 Container-Managed Persistence (CMP) and some minor Oracle Application Server specific integration removed. This differs from the TopLink Essentials GlassFish contribution, which did not include some key enterprise features. The package names were changed and some of the code and configuration was moved around.
Database Web Services (DBWS) facilitates access to relational databases with the help of web service. A database access can be made without the need to write a Java code. The XML SOAP Messages and the databases are connected by the runtime component of DBWS which uses
TopLink Grid is an integration mechanism that provides connection between Oracle Coherence and
. An application generally interacts with the relational database, which is its primary database. But with TopLink the application can store data on the Coherence grid called as JPA on the grid.
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