EclipseLink/UserGuide/JPA/Advanced JPA Development/Platform Specific Configurations
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Database and Application Server Support
EclipseLink supports a number of database platforms and application servers, as described below.
EclipseLink supports any relational database that is compliant with SQL and has a compliant JDBC driver. EclipseLink has extended support for several database platforms. The extended support mainly consists of providing native sequencing support, schema creation, and certain database functions. These platform classes can be found in the [org.eclipse.persistence.platform.database] and other org.eclipse.persistence.platform.database.* packages.
- Oracle JDBC (8, 9, 10, 11)
- DB2 (mainframe)
- Microsoft SQL Server
- SQL Anywhere
- Microsoft Access
It also possible to extend EclipseLink to add extended support for additional platforms. There are also several user contributed platforms in the EclipseLink incubator project. See Platform Incubator.
EclipseLink has extended support for Oracle JDBC drivers. Including:
- TIMESTAMP (TZ, LTZ)'s
- Native batch writing
- Structured object-relational data-types
- PLSQL data-types and stored procedures
- VPD, RAC, proxy authentication
- XDK XML parser
Application SErver Support
EclipseLink can be used with any Java EE application server that meets the software requirements through the EclipseLink API.
There is EclipseLink-specific integration support for the following servers:
- Oracle WebLogic Server
- Oracle Containers for J2EE (OC4J)
- IBM WebSphere Application Server
- Sun Application Server
- JBoss Application Server
- SAP NetWeaver Application Server