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Pluggable Java Persistence

Posted by davidvc on June 1, 2006 at 10:04 AM PDT

Some great news coming out of Glassfish: their Java Persistence
implementation is now separately
downloadable
and can be used in other environments, such
as Geronimo
. Actually, it can be used in any J2SE
application. Also, other
Java Persistence implementations can be run in Glassfish
. We
appear to have a pluggable persistence architecture for Java –
very nice!

I'm personally going to investigate using Java
Persistence in the browser, as a nicer (and more portable)
programmatic layer than JDBC for doing persistence in the browser.