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EclipseLink 1.1 Release Notes
The EclipseLink 1.1.0 release shipped March 11th, 2009. Additional patch-sets of this release are available:
The 1.1.0 release is available for download.
The EclipseLink team continues to enhance the JPA support with development of the JPA 2.0 (JSR 317) Reference Implementation as the primary target. While the majority of the new features for JPA 2.0 are planned for the EclipseLink 2.0 release some new capabilities have been added to this release.
- Undirectional 1:M Mapping: You can now have a 1:M mapping without requiring the M:1 mapping pointing back from target entity nor do you require a separate join table to hold the associations.
- TABLE_PER_CLASS Inheritance has been added giving greater flexibility in how your relational tables associate with the classes in a hierarchy.
SDO 2.1.1 and Data Access Service
This release of EclipseLink includes an implementation of SDO 2.1.1 (JSR 235). This implementation conforms to the final draft and is being included with the final draft as the reference implementation.
SDO developers wishing to leverage existing POJO models, including JPA entities, can use the included Data Access support to wrap either static or dynamic data objects leveraging MOXy mappings (JAXB annotations or native XML metadata).
First release of DBWS
The first release of EclipseLink DBWS allows developers to easily and efficiently expose database constructs (tables, SQL, stored procedures).
All known issues with EclipseLink are tracked in the Eclipse bugzilla database. Queries into this database for EclipseLink, including all bugs fixed in 1.1, are available here. The following is a partial list of key bugs addressed in the 1.1 release.
|bug 220394||Core||improve insert performance||Improvements to the performance of inserts. Main change is that now new objects do not build change records (still create change set, but it is empty).|
|bug 244241||Core||connection not released on query timeout when cursor used|| If the query's timeout was set sufficiently low enough that it returned before
the cursor can be returned (i.e. query.setQueryTimeout() is set to be 1 second), the database connection used was not returned to the pool after the query was executed.
|bug 252705||JPA||Potential to lose @PrePersist changes when using EntityManager.merge|
|bug 253701||JPA||Classloader leak in JavaSECMPInitializer||After undeploy of an application, EclipseLink still had a reference to web app's ContextClassLoader, preventing proper undeployment of the web app.|
|bug 256277||JPA||Endless loop on @PrePersist resulting in a flush() call.||Before the fix, A loop could occur if a PrePersist resulting from a flush() caused another flush().|
|bug 259993||JPA||em.find() hangs up in some situations on WebSphere 22.214.171.124||Some application servers call em.close() between beforeCompletion() and afterCompletion(). This caused EclipseLink to be in an incorrect state during merge.|
|bug 259493||MOXy||Thread Safety Issue - XML Context and Object Ref Mapping|
|bug 253934||MOXy||Default Namespace, Root Element, & Inheritance Problem|
|bug 255416||MOXy||XmlChoiceCollectionMapping's field-to-class-associations were not always read correctly|
|bug 255832||MOXy||Date conversions failed in a multithreaded environment|
All known issues with EclipseLink are tracked in the Eclipse bugzilla database. Queries for current open bugs in EclipseLink are available here. The following is a partial list of some bugs bugs that are still open that may effect users of EclipseLink 1.1.
|268769||Core||Remove JPA dependency from core|| EclipseLink jar from 1.1 requires a dependency on the JPA jar. This dependency has been removed in the 1.1.1 stream.
Impact: Importing or otherwise using EclipseLink Query framework (specifically ObjectLevelReadQuery) will require that javax.persistence_1.0.0.jar be on the classpath. The main impact will be on DBWS and EclipseLink ORM Native API users (ie. Non-Jpa).
The impact on DBWS is that the JPA jar must be included on the classpath when invoking the DBWSBuilder utility.
|269516||DBWS||DBWS 1.1 documentation errors||The EclipseLink User Guide (ELUG) sections on DBWS has errors
mixing up the DBWS service descriptor file with the DBWSBuilder builder file