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* Multitenant JPA entities with shared tables
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* <b>Multitenant JPA Entities</b>: Development of SaaS solutions has now been made easier.  EclipseLink JPA can dynamically manage persistent entities for different tenants using shared tables (AKA striped). EclipseLink will limit the result of all database operations to the rows available to a given tenant.
** Development of SaaS solutions has now been made easier.  EclipseLink JPA can dynamically manage persistent entities for different tenants using shared tables (AKA striped). EclipseLink will limit the result of all database operations to the rows available to a given tenant.
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* <b>Extensible JPA and JAXB</b>: Application developers using EclipseLink JPA and MOXy (JAXB) can now build models which support storage of extended values. The extended values are enabled through JPA mappings which can be defined statically or on-the-flt using an external metadata source.
* On-the-fly extended mappings with external metadata source support
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** Application developers using EclipseLink JPA and MOXy (JAXB) can now build models which support storage of extended values. The extended values are enabled through JPA mappings which can be defined statically or on-the-flt using an external metadata source.
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Revision as of 08:55, 6 June 2011

Eclipse RT - Indigo Highlights

Eclipse Communication Framework (ECF) 3.5.1/Indigo

Highlights

EclipseLink 2.3.0/Indigo

Highlights

  • Multitenant JPA Entities: Development of SaaS solutions has now been made easier. EclipseLink JPA can dynamically manage persistent entities for different tenants using shared tables (AKA striped). EclipseLink will limit the result of all database operations to the rows available to a given tenant.
  • Extensible JPA and JAXB: Application developers using EclipseLink JPA and MOXy (JAXB) can now build models which support storage of extended values. The extended values are enabled through JPA mappings which can be defined statically or on-the-flt using an external metadata source.

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