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From "Christian Trutz" <ch...@smilebase.de>
Subject AW: AW: Working on UsersJDBCRepository.
Date Fri, 08 Jun 2001 18:44:11 GMT
 
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>I also thought that this way the db repository system would be
>extensible too to cover new uncharted kinds of repositories, the
>likes of which we can't imagine ;-) just by writing a generic jdbc
>class and populating the SQL.XML for each supported rdbms.

>I also thought it might be usefull to provide support for other
>storage than RDBMS, though I'm not sure what I have in mind here
>exactly, except  it would implement a JDBC driver, and be driven by
>commands which could be stored in the XML.. perhaps a wrapper onto
>the filesystem, though I've no idea why. just a general urge for
>flexibility I suppose..

I think, another repositories could be:

- - java enterprise beans (I propose waiting until EJB 2.0 is a
recomandation)
- - OO databases (OQL ?)

Chris

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