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This section explains where and how you use EclipseLink SDO to customize your application to meet requirements.
 
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For more information, [see http://wiki.eclipse.org/EclipseLink/Examples/SDO/BasicAPI examples].
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===Using EqualityHelper===
 
===Using EqualityHelper===
 
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==Generating Static SDO Classes at Design Time==
 
==Generating Static SDO Classes at Design Time==

Revision as of 14:03, 23 April 2009

This section explains where and how you use EclipseLink SDO to customize your application to meet requirements.


Performing Actions on Data Objects at Run Time

Use the following classes to perform actions on your data objects:


For more information, see examples.


Using HelperContext

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What You May Need to Know About Local and Global HelperContexts

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Using DataFactory

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Using XMLHelper

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Using DataHelper

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Using CopyHelper

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Using EqualityHelper

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Generating Static SDO Classes at Design Time

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Performing Integration

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Integrating SDO with JAXB

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Integrating SDO with JPA

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Using SDO as a Web Service Binding Layer

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How to Use Web Service Attachments

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Executing XPath with XML

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