Eclipse Persistence Services Project
DescriptionEclipse Persistence Services Project, more commonly known as EclipseLink, is a Java comprehensive persistence framework delivering a set of persistence services based around standards. This lets you rapidly build applications that combine the best aspects of object technology and the specific data source. EclipseLink was started by a donation of the full source code and test suites of Oracle's TopLink product. EclipseLink's services currently include object-relational with JPA, object-XML binding in MOXy (with support for JAXB), a Service Data Objects (SDO) implementation and support for another technologies like: Database Web Services (DWS), XML-Relational (XRM) and Non-Relational (EIS via JCA).
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