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JPA 2.0 and Dali: Developing for Java EE 6

Neil Hauge (Oracle ), Shaun Smith (Oracle )

Making With Eclipse · Standard (25 mins)
Thursday, 15:20, 25 minutes | Grand Ballroom

Tags: Java , JavaEE
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Dali simplifies the development of Java SE, EE, and OSGi bundle applications that use the Java Persistence API (JPA) to interact with relational data. This session will focus on what's new in the next version of Dali (Helios) which includes comprehensive support for the new JPA 2.0 standard, a key component of Java EE 6, as well as support for EclipseLink 2.0. We'll jump straight into an interactive demo of these new features and show how Dali simplifies JPA and EclipseLink development. The audience will be encouraged to ask questions and also provide feedback during the demo. By attending this session, you could help shape the final tooling for JPA 2.0 in Eclipse!

Neil Hauge is a principal software developer at Oracle and the lead for the Dali Java Persistence Tools (JPT) project in the Eclipse Web Tools Platform (WTP). He has been developing Java based tools for over nine years and has been development lead for Oracle TopLink Tools for the past six. Neil is a member of the Web Tools PMC and an Eclipse project mentor.

 

Shaun Smith is a Principal Product Manager for Oracle TopLink and an active member of the Eclipse community.  He's Ecosystem Development Lead for the EclipseLink project and a committer on the Eclipse EMF Teneo, and the Dali Java Persistence Tools projects.  He’s currently working on OSGi persistence and Oracle TopLink Grid, which integrates Oracle Coherence with EclipseLink JPA to provide “JPA on the Grid”.