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Revision as of 13:30, 4 August 2009

What is EclipseLink?

Eclipse Persistence Services Project (EclipseLink) is a comprehensive persistence framework delivering a set of persistence services based around leading standards with advanced extensions. Consumers can use EclipseLink within Java EE, SE, and soon OSGi/Equinox environments.

The original source contribution for EclipseLink came from Oracle Corporation's TopLink product.

See Introduction to EclipseLink in the EclipseLink User's Guide for more information.

How is EclipseLink Licensed?

The Eclipse Persistence Services (EclipseLink) project is being developed and distributed* under the Eclipse Public License and the Eclipse Distribution Licensed.

When is the next release of EclipseLink planned?

At present the Eclipse Persistence Services (EclipseLink) project is an incubating project at Eclipse. It is producing monthly milestone as well as nightly builds which can be downloaded here. For more information on the release schedule please refer to the project summary page or the road map.

What is the relationship between EclipseLink and the Oracle TopLink product?

EclipseLink was initiated based on the contribution of Oracle TopLink (Oracle FAQ for TopLink contribution). the full persistence capabilities Oracle TopLink was contributed.

Going forward Oracle TopLink will include EclipseLink to deliver its persistence functionality.

What are the components of EclipseLink?

The EclipseLink project is broken down into several components based on persistence services provided as well an a structure to organize development and produce functional OSGi/Equinox bundles.

Where can I download EclipseLink?

At present EclipseLink can only be downloaded directly from the Eclipse project's website:

http://www.eclipse.org/eclipselink/downloads/index.php

How do I get started using EclipseLink?

  1. Download EclipseLink
  2. Read the EclipseLink User Guide
  3. Try the EclipseLink Examples and Tutorials

Can I use EclipseLink with Maven?

Yes, EclipseLink published a Maven repository so that developers can easily integrate the project's builds/milestones/releases into their Maven build process. Full instructions can be found on the EclipseLink/Maven page.