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Hibernate Version Of JForum

 
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If you don't know Hibernate

This is a FrameWork that permit to be Database Independant so You make Your application with hibernate
see www.hibernate.org
(Hibernate query language is really near SQL)

And you have a xml configuration file to specify the database type you need
Hibernate transform your request in the database request

Avantage

JForum would be compatible with all Hibernate compatible Database
Automatic optimisation of request for certain known database like MySql/Oracle/SqlServer


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I know hibernate, but I can't work on a support for it in JForum as I have to deal with the new features and bug fixes most of the time.
Daniel ( campers in the forum ) is probably working on it, but I don't know yet the status.

It will be really nice to support Hibernate too, but the community should help us

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I havent looked at my hibernate stuff for JForum for a little while, but after reading this thread i spent another couple hours on it

I have done most of the grunt work marking up the entity classes with xdoclet tags and done most of the straightforward bit of the model implementations (ie most stuff except search and security).

Ill try and do a bit more over the next week. Then maybe it would be worth comitting to CVS so other people can start to help finish it off!

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I see there is a JavaBB forum software.
It's using Hibernate and based on phpBB template very similar to JForum.

So maybe we should not include JavaBB in JForum's meta keyword field. And if possible, maybe we can talk with them to get some knowledge of Hibernate experience.



I know the people who is making javabb. They're from Brazil too. I'm sure that Daniel can manage perfecly well the Hibernate integration with JForum

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I see there is a JavaBB forum software.
It's using Hibernate and based on phpBB template very similar to JForum.

So maybe we should not include JavaBB in JForum's meta keyword field. And if possible, maybe we can talk with them to get some knowledge of Hibernate experience.

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The last post is me.

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I know the people who is making javabb. They're from Brazil too. I'm sure that Daniel can manage perfecly well the Hibernate integration with JForum



Any plan on merging to two project together so we don't duplicate the effort? After all, you guys all from Brazil ;)
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JavaBB is dead!

We from JForum are working on a branch to support Hibernate 3 and Lucene!

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REALLY?! So you and Dalton met up, shook hands after couple drinks and Dalton decided that for the good of the Java community and Brazillian solidarity, he will close JavaBB and join JForum?!

That is really something Thanks guys.
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