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NoSQL is a classification of database systems that do not support the SQL standard.  These include document databases, key-value stores, and various other non-standard databases.  EclipseLink support persistence of Java objects to NoSQL databases through the Java Persistence API (JPA).  EclipseLink's native API is also supported with NoSQL databases.
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NoSQL is a classification of database systems that do not support the SQL standard.  These include document databases, key-value stores, and various other non-standard databases.  EclipseLink supports persistence of Java objects to NoSQL databases through the Java Persistence API (JPA).  EclipseLink's native API is also supported with NoSQL databases.
  
The NoSQL classification can also be expanded to include Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) including application databases, legacy database, messaging systems, and transaction processing monitors.
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The NoSQL classification can also be expanded to include Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) including application databases, legacy databases, messaging systems, and transaction processing monitors.
  
 
EclipseLink's NoSQL support includes:
 
EclipseLink's NoSQL support includes:

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NoSQL

NoSQL is a classification of database systems that do not support the SQL standard. These include document databases, key-value stores, and various other non-standard databases. EclipseLink supports persistence of Java objects to NoSQL databases through the Java Persistence API (JPA). EclipseLink's native API is also supported with NoSQL databases.

The NoSQL classification can also be expanded to include Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) including application databases, legacy databases, messaging systems, and transaction processing monitors.

EclipseLink's NoSQL support includes:

  • MongoDB
  • Oracle NoSQL
  • XML files
  • JMS
  • Oracle AQ

@NoSQL

Mapping to NoSQL data is configured through the EclipseLink @NoSQL annotation, and <no-sql> XML element.



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