Berkeley DB Java Edition DPL Support on Android

In a previous blog entry I wrote that JE worked on Android but that the DPL didn't work because of a lack of support for various methods (e.g. Class.getAnnotations()) in the Dalvik JVM.

I have verified that the Android 1.5 (and presumably recently released 1.6) SDK supports JE and DPL. JE/DPL on Android adds a major chunk of infrastructure to the Android platform in that a pure Java transactional POJO datastore is now available.

You can expect to see stepped up support of JE on Android in the near future. For instance, we plan on making je-android.jar libraries available so that developers won't have to compile the JE src under Dalvik.

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How does the licensing for Berkeley DB on Android work? Is there an exemption for closed source/commercial apps on Google's platform?

Posted by Tim Mattison on November 30, 2009 at 11:07 PM EST #

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