Thanks for the reply - no worries on the delay. In my case, I'm using EclipseLink. I originally was using Hibernate, but switched after encountering a known bug in Hibernate (the specifics of which I no longer recall). Since I was sticking to using the pure JPA API, it was a quick drop-in replacement. Recently, however, I have used a couple of EclipseLink-specific features, so it wouldn't be as quick to switch back (assuming that the bug in Hibernate has been fixed).
This certainly wouldn't stop me from checking out Croquet - if I end up adapting it to use EclipseLink, I'll be sure to share my changes. Best, Chris On Mon, Apr 14, 2014 at 8:44 AM, Bill Speirs <bill.spe...@gmail.com> wrote: > Chris, sorry for not responding more quickly... was traveling back from > ApacheCon NA. > > Honestly, it would be non-trivial to drop in a replacement to Hibernate. > The JpaPersistService (http://goo.gl/FeI6xU) handles the configuration > coming from persistence.xml and has nothing Hibernate specific. The problem > is the CroquetPersistService, DataSourceHibernateModule, and > EntityManagerProxyFactory classes. > > What JPA provider would you rather use? I've never used anything but > Hibernate, and never had issues with it... just curious why you'd like to > use something else. > > Also, patches/pull requests are always happily accepted :-) > > Thanks for checking it out... > > Bill- > > > On Wed, Apr 9, 2014 at 1:05 PM, Chris Snyder <chris.sny...@biologos.org > >wrote: > > > Looks like awesome work - very clean page design and excellent > > documentation, and I'm sure that the quality extends to the code as well. > > I'll definitely be looking into this for my next project, if not porting > > some of my current ones. > > > > When using Croquet, how easy would it be to drop in a different JPA > > implementation in place of Hibernate? > > > > Best, > > Chris > > > > > > On Wed, Apr 9, 2014 at 12:51 PM, William Speirs <wspe...@apache.org> > > wrote: > > > > > I gave a talk at ApacheCon NA yesterday on Croquet. It is a combination > > of > > > Wicket, Jetty, Hibernate, and Guice to make it super-easy to start > > writing > > > Wicket code almost immediately, instead of spending time configuring > > > everything. > > > > > > Slides: > > > > > > > > > https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1m3jdbpYoSBOCPz8Wes9mPvhf8TLp_3dndj_gW08iFL8/ > > > Code: https://github.com/metrink/croquet > > > Docs: http://croquet.metrink.com > > > > > > Thanks... > > > > > > Bill- > > > > > > -- Chris Snyder Web Developer, BioLogos 616.328.5218 x203 biologos.org