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Old 01-17-2009, 06:10 AM   #1
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LXer: Java Data Objects and Service Data Objects in SOA


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Every enterprise user is interested in information and every information starts from the basic building block, data. Data can reside in any data store, and can exist in many formats. Irrespective of that, you need to bring data to your table, do some massaging with your business use cases, and supply them as information. In this article we will see how Java Data Objects (JDO) can be used as an alternative to JDBC. We will also have a look at the Service Data Objects (SDO) in SOA.

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