I am very excited to announce that EclipseLink 2.4.0 is now available for download.
Highlights of this release include:....
Java Persistence units can now be exposed over REST using either JSON or XML media.
Tenant Isolation - Table per tenant
Developers can design and deploy applications where their persistent entities are stored in separate tables per tenant.
This release introduces EclipseLink's NoSQL support for MongoDB and Oracle NoSQL.
EclipseLink MOXy can now be used for the marshaling and unmarshaling of JSON object. This is core infrastructure to the JPA-RS (more...)
As of EclipseLink Indigo (2.3.0) you have been able to use the @Multitenant feature
to share a database schema between multiple tenants. Did you know that you can also use this feature together with the Oracle Virtual Private Database (VPD) support that has been available in EclipseLink since version 1.0?
This powerful combination of features allows for the shared tables to be managed directly on the database, and for inserts to be automatically associated with the proper client. Any SQL executed by EclipseLink (even if EclipseLink did not generate it - ie native queries) will go through (more...)
Since joining the family here at Eclipse a few years ago, one thing I can always count on is a hectic and exciting start to summer. This summer is no exception, and is kicked off with the release of EclipseLink 2.3.0 (Indigo).
Before I continue with brief descriptions of some of the new features of EclipseLink 2.3.0, I would like to thank everyone who was involved with this release. Whether your (more...)
It is with great pleasure that I would like to announce the release of EclipseLink 2.1.0 (Helios). This release of brings a number of exciting features many of which were voted on, and chosen by the community.
Some of the JPA features included in this release are
- improved JPQL enhancements, and extensions including 'TREAT...AS' and 'FUNC'.
- Fetch, Load, Copy & Merge of partial entities using 'AttributeGroup'
- extentions to 'eclipselink-orm.xml'
- Dynamic Persistence: JPA without requiring Java classes.
- New Platforms: SAPNetWeaver Server Platform and Symfoware Database Platform
Some of (more...)
I am happy to announce that EclipseLink 1.1.0 is now available for download.
There are some useful links off of the download page including a 'getting started page', and the 'release notes' for 1.1.0.
As well as bug fixes, 1.1.0 introduces feature enhancements in the following areas:
The first release of EclipseLink DBWS allows developers to easily and efficiently expose database constructs (tables, SQL, stored procedures).
EclipseLink 1.1.0 JPA support is extended to introduce:
- a new 1:M mapping that doesn't require a back pointer or a separate join table to (more...)
A new EclipseLink
release is now available for download
. EclipseLink 1.0.1 is a patch release on the 1.0 stream, providing bug and usability fixes.
Come by and try it out now
Yesterday, the EclipseLink
project graduated from its incubation status, and was allowed to remove the egg from it's home page
is on track for a release on July 9th
. Mark your calendars, and come check it out.
We are pleased to announce that EclipseLink 1.0M8 is available for download. Please see the roadmap page for functionality that has been added since the M7 build: http://wiki.eclipse.org/EclipseLink/Development/Release/1.0
Download the milestone and try it out here - http://www.eclipse.org/eclipselink/downloads/index.php
We are currently targeting a 1.0 release in July, and moving to RC Milestones every two weeks in preparation for this release.