EclipseLink

Want to Work on EclipseLink/TopLink? Oracle is Hiring!

Want to become part of the dynamic, high-profile team that is working on EclipseLink and TopLink? Here is your chance! The TopLink team is looking for top notch developers to help expand. As you may know, EclipseLink is the JPA reference implementation included in GlassFish while TopLink is it's commercial rendition included in WebLogic. As part of the job, you'll be working with JPA, Java EE, EclipseLink, TopLink, GlassFish, WebLogic, JAX-B, JAX-WS and much, much more. This...

Monday, March 3, 2014 | EclipseLink | Read More

Using NoSQL with EclipseLink and JPA?

NoSQL is obviously a hot topic in the enterprise these days, at least at the water cooler if not in the production data center. The momentum is such that despite being seen as a stalwart of relational databases, Oracle too has entered the NoSQL ecosystem with Oracle NoSQL. Naturally, the question of how to use NoSQL databases in Java EE applications (specifically existing Java EE 5 and Java EE 6 applications) comes up all too often. As it so turns out there are a number of...

Wednesday, October 9, 2013 | EclipseLink | Read More

EclipseLink Moxy Provider for JAX-RS and JAX-WS

EclipseLink MOXy is a JAXB provider bundled in GlassFish 3.1.2. In addition to JAXB RI, it provides XPath Based Mapping, better support for JPA entities, native JSON binding and many other features. Learn more about MOXy and JAXB examples on their wiki. Blaise blogged about how MOXy can be leveraged to create a JAX-WS service.You just need to provide data-binding attribute in sun-jaxws.xml and then all the XPath-based mapping can be specified on JAXB beans. MOXy can also be...

Friday, April 13, 2012 | EclipseLink | Read More

JPA and NoSQL using EclipseLink - MongoDB supported

EclipseLink 2.4 has added JPA support for NoSQL databases, MongoDB and Oracle NoSQL are the first ones to make the cut. The support to other NoSQL database can be extended by adding a EclipseLink EISPlatform class and a JCA adapter. A Java class can be mapped to a NoSQL datasource using the @NoSQL annotation or <no-sql> XML element. Even a subset of JPQL and the Criteria API are supported, dependent on the NoSQL database's query support. The connection properties are...

Tuesday, April 10, 2012 | EclipseLink | Read More

What's up with EclipseLink?

EclipseLink's Shaun Smith has recently been delivering a number of presentations on the status and future of the open source project. If you're curious about where innovative JPA projects are going, then you should check out this slide deck from Shaun. Here are the main themes covered: • REST: integration with JAX-RS to access relational data through REST with HTML 5 as the primary client with possibly JPA entities and persistence units defined via metadata with dynamic...

Friday, January 27, 2012 | EclipseLink | Read More

EclipseLink does multitenancy. Today.

So you heard Java EE 7 will be about the cloud, but that didn't mean a whole lot to you. Then it was characterized as PaaS, something in between IaaS and SaaS. And finally it all became clear when referenced as support for multitenancy. Or did it? When it comes to JPA and persistence is general, multitenancy is defined as the ability to share a database schema among various groups of users (i.e. tenants). This means that there is no database setup or reconfiguration required...

Monday, June 20, 2011 | EclipseLink | Read More
 

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