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This page captures the work planned for EclipseLink 2.1 under the them of advanced JPA. The goal is to increase the number of advanced ORM features that can be accessed through JPA leveraging standard extension points, custom annotations, and custom XML.
 
This page captures the work planned for EclipseLink 2.1 under the them of advanced JPA. The goal is to increase the number of advanced ORM features that can be accessed through JPA leveraging standard extension points, custom annotations, and custom XML.
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=== EntityManager ==
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=== EntityManager ===
  
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* Historical Session
  
=== Mapping ===
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=== Mapping/Descriptor ===
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* Additional Join (filter) on entity types and relationship mappings
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* Instantiation Policy
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* Historical Mapping
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* Unary Table Sequencing
  
 
=== Querying ===
 
=== Querying ===
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* Define additional FetchGroups using annotations or XML
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* Additional operators
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* user defined operators
  
  

Revision as of 13:24, 1 December 2009

EclipseLink 2.1: Advanced JPA

This page captures the work planned for EclipseLink 2.1 under the them of advanced JPA. The goal is to increase the number of advanced ORM features that can be accessed through JPA leveraging standard extension points, custom annotations, and custom XML.

EntityManager

  • Historical Session

Mapping/Descriptor

  • Additional Join (filter) on entity types and relationship mappings
  • Instantiation Policy
  • Historical Mapping
  • Unary Table Sequencing

Querying

  • Define additional FetchGroups using annotations or XML
  • Additional operators
  • user defined operators


Database Specific Features

Oracle

  • Spatial mapping and querying
  • XML Type mapping and querying

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