You did some work a year or so ago in order to get some AS/Hibernate tests working with
the Teiid dialect. Do you have any insight or suggestions on this issue? How did you
workaround the DDL problem?
----- "Ramesh Reddy" <rareddy(a)redhat.com> wrote:
I had IRC conversation with Steve Ebersole about adding the Teiid
Dialect to the Hibernate Core in the next upcoming 3.5 release.
He is not willing to accept any dialects that are not testable from
their testing framework. He said Hibernate uses a schema export tool
that issues some DDL queries through JDBC interface for their testing
Since Teiid driver does not support the DDL currently, issuing the
is not possible. He suggested that we look into ways to
1) delegate the DDL calls either through the TeiidDriver
2) devise a way in their schema export tool to delegate the DDL
also, since they already have two CR releases, chances of getting
3.5 release seems slim. However, if we can make it that would be
Any suggestions? volunteers?
On Tue, 2010-03-23 at 13:05 -0500, Ramesh Reddy wrote:
> I am not dis-agreeing. Just wanted to what our options were.
> I do think it is valuable for Teiid be included along with
> They are about to release 3.5 very soon, we need to see if we can
> it into 3.5 final release.
> So, instead of making this JIRA in the Tools, we need to make this
> Hibernate by communicating with its lead.
> On Tue, 2010-03-23 at 11:01 -0400, John Doyle wrote:
> > Ramesh-The drivers are supplied by the DataTools
> > and Drivers that you have to define before you use Hibernate, so
> > drivers are a different issue, and not something that the
> > plug-ins have 'built in'. It's an configuration step that's
> > extensible in a way that Dialects don't appear to be.
> > I'm personally in favor of including our dialect in Hibernate
> > then Tools will just work, there won't be some additional step
> > Teiid. It seems to me that if Oracle just works out of the box
> > Tools, then a fellow JBoss project should just work. The only
> > downside I can see to including our dialect in Hibernate is that
> > release cycles don't match up and changes/maintenance would have
> > managed across our differing cycles.
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