Category: Toplink

When we talk about Object Relational Mapping Frameworks or ORM frameworks we’re talking about mapping relational data to an object-oriented programming language. The ORM framework will hold features such as support for JPA (Java Persistency API); database access control mechanisms such as JNDI, JTA, JDBC; distributed processes, 2 phase commit, etc. So on the hand […]

Douglas Clark, Director of Product Management, has recently participated in a discussion with Oracle ACE’s regarding the key differentiators of Oracle Toplink versus other ORM Mappings. This is a very interesting discussion for key decision makers who are thinking about ORM Solutions for their existing or new JEE Applications. The key differentiators according to Doug […]

Today I was planning to rapidly demo the features of the DB Adapters in Bpel with a small test-case where master-detail data needs to be inserted … But I already ran into strange behaviour. In this blog-posts I want to give the audience some valuable tips & tricks for common ‘problems’ faced when designing and […]

As you could read in my previous post, ‘Deploying ADF Application to Standalone OC4J’, I’ve faced some problems when trying to deploy the application to a Standalone OC4J. But the goal is to deploy this application to the production environment which would be an Application Server When trying to deploy to this environment other […]

For the deployment of an ADF Application to my standalone OC4J I’ve faced some problems which aren’t clearly explained/solved on OTN.You will find many people facing the same problems when deploying applications to OC4J from jboException until Log4j-exceptions, etc. I will try to address some of these problems in this blog using my own project […]