JORM

Project overview

JORM (Java Object Repository Mapping) is an adaptable persistence service. It can be used to offer various personalities, such as one compliant with the CMP EJB specification (TM), another with the OMG PSS specification or another with the JDO (Java Data Objects) specification (TM).

JORM provides object persistency through different secondary storage supports, such as files, relational databases or object-oriented databases.

JORM is integrated with JOnAS to provide EJB 2.0 CMP (since JOnAS release 3.0 beta0), and with Speedo to provide mapping features to the OW2 JDO implementation.

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JDO

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