Monday, August 30, 2010

Re: converting JPA entities to Records

Thomas, why do you think that deferred binding is fail?


On 29. Aug, 23:06 h., Thomas Broyer <> wrote:
> On 29 août, 18:13, Joe Hudson <> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I was about to start a project that will use deferred binding to
> > automatically convert JPA-annotated entities to GWT Records.  Before
> > re-inventing the wheel I wanted to make sure this didn't exist first -
> > does anyone know of a project that is already doing this?  Thanks.
> The SpringSource Tool Suite or Spring Roo maybe...
> But instead of deferred binding (which is likely to fail IMO), why not
> use annotation processors (javax.annotation.processing.*)? run either
> in your IDE (on demand, or at soon as you edit a JPA-annotated entity
> *.java file) or on the command line using the "apt" tool from your
> JDK, you'll be able to process your JPA-annotated classes and generate
> any (Java) file your want.

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