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Drop JDO support

#1
2017-03-30 09:49

In my opinion JDO is a legacy/deprecated technology. You should remove JDO support in favour of JPA. I think this would make ObjectDB to grow faster.

tuille
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#2
2017-03-30 11:06

ObjectDB already supports JPA and this is its main API (e.g. the manual focuses on JPA).

We have no reason to drop JDO, as there are still ObjectDB users that use it.

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