EclipseLink/UserGuide/SDO/Using EclipseLink SDO (ELUG)
This section explains where and how you use EclipseLink SDO to customize your application to meet requirements.
- 1 Performing Actions on Data Objects at Run Time
- 2 Generating Static SDO Classes at Design Time
- 3 Performing Integration
- 4 Using SDO as a Web Service Binding Layer
- 5 Executing XPath with XML
Performing Actions on Data Objects at Run Time
Use the following classes to perform actions on your data objects:
For more information, see examples.
SDO defines a HelperContext interface. You use it to access related SDO helper classes that let you perform common operations such as reading and writing XML documents, defining SDO types from XML Schema, and so on.
To obtain a default context, call the HelperProvider getDefaultContext method.
Obtain the local context provided by EclipseLink as follows:
HelperContext helperContext = new SDOHelperContext();
For more information, see the following:
What You May Need to Know About Local and Global HelperContexts
Generating Static SDO Classes at Design Time
Integrating SDO with JAXB
Integrating SDO with JPA
Using SDO as a Web Service Binding Layer
How to Use Web Service Attachments
Executing XPath with XML