Monday, December 13, 2004

Real-world persistence: Chameleon Persistence

Chameleon Persistence is a different persistence engine. It can be used for JavaBeans (in a classic O/R style), XML or other formats and is not constrained by traditional O/R requirements. Full native query language and complex query requirements are fully supported.

Features:

  • Designed for real enterprise needs
  • Not tied to JDBC-based databases
  • Cross data store retrievals (the object graph is spread across databases)
  • Very flexible data mapping (with or without JavaBeans)
  • Not limited to JavaBean persistence
  • Native data store query language support
  • Minimum configuration for minimum use cases
  • Expressions and scripts for query parameter substitution
  • Client-Server architecture

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