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Registered: Jul 2001
Posts: 64


can you tell me what is "Cocobase runtime classes" and


08-03-2001 10:48 PM
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Registered: Apr 2001
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The CocoBase runtime classes are the runtime library classes
necessary to read the CocoBase mapping repository and do the
actual O/R mapping. These classes include the java interface
thought.CocoBase.CocoDriverInterface and the implementations
of that Class, as well as the thought.CocoBase.CBProp interface
that the peristable class must either implement or have created
through a Reflection/Proxy wrapper. We include scripts that
can 'extract' the CocoBase runtime classes from the current
distribution such as


The EJB API is just what it says, the J2EE Enterprise Java
Bean API for doing distributed transactional or persistable
components. Check out the Sun Website if you need more info
or check out one of our Tutorials (such as the Shopping cart
tutorial) for the EJB servers. The different tutorials include
a lot of support and documentation information on EJB that
you might find useful.


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