:-(     That's just what lots of people say in java forums when a new 
Wicket release is announced :
"We already have [replace with the framework you think is the market 
leader] , why the hell should we learn a new one ?"
One of java's strength is in the choice we have to make our job done  :-)


Korbinian Bachl a écrit :
> hi,
>
> my thought is: with EJB3 and hibernate (and both together if you want) - why
> do we need more ?
>
> regards,
>
> korbinian 
>
>   
>> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>> Von: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
>> [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Im Auftrag 
>> von Geoff hendrey
>> Gesendet: Samstag, 26. August 2006 18:54
>> An: Wicket-user@lists.sourceforge.net
>> Betreff: [Wicket-user] library example using Shades for O/R mapping
>>
>> Hi All,
>>
>> I was one of the early users of Wicket before 1.0. I did a 
>> lot of work to use Wicket with my JDO implementation JDOMax 
>> (no longer supported). In the process I learned a lot about 
>> why it is harder than it has to be to use many ORM frameworks 
>> with Wicket and Tapestry.
>>
>> I'm a member of JSR 243 Java Data Objects Experts Group, and 
>> I advocated hard within that spec for the "fixing" of the JDO 
>> spec with regard to non-transaction-write behavior, along 
>> with Eric Samson and others. The JDO group  was receptive, 
>> having gotten similar feedback from Howard Lewis Ship of 
>> Tapestry. I believe this change will benefit Wicket users, 
>> and make it much easier to use JDO 2.0 than JDO 1.1, from Wicket.
>>
>> However, I still wasn't satisfied that it was "easy"
>> to do ORM from Wicket or Tapestry. So I started a new 
>> project, based on what I learned -- it's a better way to do 
>> ORM -- I call it Shades. Following the wicket style,Shades 
>> works without any XML configuration.
>>
>> Rather than make this any longer-winded, I thought I would 
>> just begin passing back some code, showing the Library sample 
>> application using Shades. The attached zipfile is just the 
>> "library" folder from the wicket sample applications. 
>> EditBook.java and LibrarySession.java have been altered to 
>> use Shades for database access. LibraryORMDictionary.java is 
>> the only new file required.
>>
>> Please let me know what you think. Also, I do not have a 
>> website for Shades yet but I hope to find the right venue for 
>> open sourcing the code soon. (see attached zip file 
>> 'library.zippo' with library-example directory)
>>
>>     
>
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