Hey Sanne, just realized I never responded to this. That was definitely
my first thought as well. But, not knowing very much about OGM, are
there any use cases for plain JPA + Trafodion, vs Hadoop + OGM? A means
to "try out" Hadoop without jumping into OGM right away?
Even if Hadoop on OGM happens, I guess I don't see a problem also
including this dialect, if the Trafodion team maintains it. But, that's
of course only if others would use it...
On Oct 26, 2015 4:10 PM, Sanne Grinovero <sanne(a)hibernate.org> wrote:
+1 for the usage question! Would be nice to understand the use case of it too.
And in this specific case, I'd also wonder if the same use case
wouldn't be fulfilled better by an Hibernate OGM dialect.
On 26 October 2015 at 18:13, Brett Meyer <brett(a)hibernate.org> wrote:
> All, we've been approached by the team responsible for the Apache
> Trafodion project, an "SQL-on-Hadoop" solution. They've developed a
> Dialect, are willing to contribute it, and are willing to maintain it
> long term. The latter has been a requirement for a while -- we have too
> many Dialects that were contributed then abandoned.
> However, the other requirement is actual demand by community users. So,
> out of curiosity, would anyone actually use it? I'm not at all familiar
> with the project or space, but it definitely sounds interesting. If
> this Dialect would be helpful, please add your vote to the JIRA:
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