Fair enough... just wanted to be clear...
Marc Prud'hommeaux wrote:
You are correct: OpenJPA does require enhancement of classes. This
allows us to be much faster and more efficient for many operations
than a purely reflection-based system can be.
On Sep 20, 2006, at 2:12 PM, Bryan Noll wrote:
Hello all... was on vacation for a bit... then the day job got in the
Quick question for the folks more in the know than me. Reading this
it seems like classes must be enhanced (either at build time or
runtime) unless being deployed to a compliant EJB3 container, in
which case that's part of the container's job.
I just wanted to verify that I understand this correctly, and there's
not some way to avoid having to enhance these things that I don't
know about. I ask because you don't have to perform any kind of
enhancement step in your build process when using Hibernate.
I wouldn't be surprised if I'm missing something here, so if I said
something stupid, please be gentle.