1. XML to Relational with DB2 and Java (and Hibernate?) stackoverflow.com
What I have here is a bunch of XML-Files containing data and a nice ER-Model to which the data belongs. What my problem is: I need to get this data into ...
2. What orm.xml features should be avoided to stay database agnostic? stackoverflow.com
I'm embarking on an adventure in JPA and want to, inasmuch as possible, stay database agnostic. What orm.xml features should I avoid to stay database agnostic? For example, if I use ...
3. XML Generation versus XML Database stackoverflow.com
Currently I'm using Hibernate to persist the entities within my app and I serve the entities back to my users in the form of XML. However this means that each time ...
4. Best way to web application return XML document basis on database data (USED BY VXML)? stackoverflow.com
I have to write VXML application which will be able to access to database. The VXML standard let cause external url with parameters but in response I have to return generated ...
5. java hibernate netbeans xml stackoverflow.com
When i am using net beans to develop one standalone swing application which is transacting with derby database. In my database i dont have any ID field all columns are nullable ...
6. export data from database into xml file stackoverflow.com
how i can export data from database and store it in xml file using hibernate with annotation. Please tell me any way or tutorial can help me! thanks!
7. Hibernate write to XML database stackoverflow.com
We currently have the following task ahead, and I'm struggling to find what I believe should be out there somewhere. A datamodel is stored in MySQL via Hibernate. Everything works fine and ...
9. can we access xml data returned by database in JPA coderanch.com
10. Use Hibernate to back up database data to an XML file forum.hibernate.org
11. database server information & server.xml forum.hibernate.org
Is there a recommended way to store the database server information somewhere in my code tree, and not in server.xml? I'd like to be able to just drop a jar file on, and not have to modify the server.xml for each setup / install. Is there a good way to do this? Is there a good reason not to do it ...
12. Is hibernate capable to generates a db from an xml file? forum.hibernate.org
13. Hibernate supporting xml databases forum.hibernate.org
14. Hibernate and xml databases forum.hibernate.org
15. How to go from DB to XML and back using Hibernate forum.hibernate.org
Hi, I am tasked with exporting config information stored in the datbase into an XML file and reading back the same information back to the database. I have decided to use Hibernate as the DB schema is already fixed and I can reverse engineer by using middlegen hibernate plugin. This will help me pull information from DB to POJO domain objects. ...
16. Use DB + Hibernate instead of plain XML-Files? forum.hibernate.org
Hi @ all, i need to find the right way to store (and retrieve) some very complex datastructures and keep in mind to be able to build some queries for whatever. Ok so far. Let me try to explain these datastructures xml-like:
17. XML -> DB with hibernate, whats the most used? forum.hibernate.org
18. how can i config mi xml to not use a db forum.hibernate.org
Thanks to respond post previous. But not yet profit to persist the class. //this is the example
19. XML-DB forum.hibernate.org
20. is it possible to write to XML file instead of database forum.hibernate.org
21. Database to XML using Hibernate forum.hibernate.org
I am starting a new project where I need to do two things. Create a request and process a response from a web service. For the request, I need to query my DB, convert the results into XML and send it out to the web service. For the response, I need to take the XML response from the web service and ...
22. XML native DB forum.hibernate.org
23. DB-storage of XML datastream: is Hibernate for me? forum.hibernate.org
Hey there Hibernate people. I have an XML-over-JMS datastream (multiple topics/schemas) which I am about to write a "store everything that comes over these topics to a database" application, for extended analasys and possible playback. It has been suggested to me that Hibernate would be perfect for my needs (and also that Spring should be considered to go along with it), ...