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The Eclipse Java Persistence Platform: EclipseLink’s Full Monty

03.03.2009
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The announcement of Eclipse’s Java Persistence Platform project signals the inauguration of a new generation of persistence in which all of the dominant persistence standards are implemented and accessible from a single source. The project, nicknamed EclipseLink, is composed of a set of separate runtime components that run in both clients and servers, and is the first open-source project to offer a full suite of persistence technologies.

In this presentation, recorded at EclipseWorld 2008, Oracle's Peter Krogh provides an overview of EclipseLink, the standard technologies it implements, and how these technologies can be used separately or together to meet advanced and diverse application requirements. He shows examples of how to use EclipseLink to map Java objects in object-relational and object-XML contexts, and how it can be used in any runtime environment, including Java SE, Java EE, Spring and Tomcat.

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Miller Roger replied on Tue, 2009/03/03 - 1:42pm

I have already see two of the presentation you posted here. There were all about topics i care. The only problem is that  slide are neither shown in the video (e.g google videos or parleys) nor provide to download (e.g Yui theater). That make it difficult to really follow the presentation.

So is there a way to get the slides or a better video with slides on it?

Nitin Bharti replied on Tue, 2009/03/03 - 2:03pm in response to: Miller Roger

Hi Fremds, I've pinged the presenter for his slide deck. Will get that up as soon as I receive it. Sorry for the inconvenience.  Stay tuned...

 Nitin Bharti

Nitin Bharti replied on Tue, 2009/03/03 - 2:14pm in response to: Miller Roger

De ZB replied on Tue, 2009/03/03 - 2:54pm

Any chance of having the slides in the PDF the right way around ? Just can't read vertical

Kevin Jordan replied on Tue, 2009/03/03 - 3:52pm in response to: De ZB

Right click on a page in Adobe Reader and click 'Rotate Clockwise'.  Pretty much any other PDF reader should have this capability too.

Miller Roger replied on Wed, 2009/03/04 - 5:17am in response to: Nitin Bharti

Thanks a lot for the slides.

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