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From Marcelo Lotif <mlotifj...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [SUCCESS] Thiago H. de Paula Figueiredo as Tapestry Committer
Date Fri, 20 Feb 2009 02:32:29 GMT
Thanks for the information, Christian!

I'm just too young to know this, in the mid 90's I was only 10 years old. :)

On 2/19/09, Christian Edward Gruber <christianedwardgruber@gmail.com> wrote:
> Toplink is one of the oldest O/R Mapping systems in production, and
> dates back to the mid-90's.  It was purchased by Oracle, and was used
> to make their reference JPA implementation.  In fact, Oracle's
> advocacy in the JPA standard was substantially influenced by Toplink.
> Toplink, in the good-old-days, competed (in some ways) with the
> Enterprise Object Framework from NeXTSTEP, became part of WebObjects,
> and is still at the root of some of the Core Data stuff.  Toplink is a
> lot of things, but isn't a project made to provide JPA integration.
> It's partly the other way around.
>
> cheers,
> Christian.
>
> On 19-Feb-09, at 15:13 , Marcelo Lotif wrote:
>
>> After
>> seraching a little, I read somewere that toplink was a project made to
>> provide an easy JPA implementation, so that is the reason.
>
> Christian Edward Gruber
> e-mail: christianedwardgruber@gmail.com
> weblog: http://www.geekinasuit.com/
>
>
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Marcelo Lotif

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