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Latest revision as of 07:44, 20 August 2008

For information on how to create EclipseLink mappings, see Creating a Mapping.

This table lists the configurable options for an XML direct mapping.


Option to Configure Workbench
Java

Configuring XPath

Supported

Supported

Configuring a Simple Type Translator

Supported

Supported

Configuring the Use of a Single Node

Unsupported

Supported

Configuring the Use of CDATA

Unsupported

Supported

Configuring Method or Direct Field Accessing at the Mapping Level

Supported

Supported

Configuring a Default Null Value at the Mapping Level

Supported

Supported

Configuring Read-Only Mappings

Supported

Supported

Configuring Mapping Comments

Supported

Supported

Configuring a Serialized Object Converter

Supported

Supported

Configuring a Type Conversion Converter

Supported

Supported

Configuring an Object Type Converter

Supported

Unsupported

Configuring a JAXB Typesafe Enumeration Converter

Unsupported

Supported


For more information, see the following:



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