Data source - is it supposed to work in 5350?

Hi there,

Is the datasource functionality supposed to work in 5350? I'm having a rough
time with it (to say the least).

Apart from being terribly slow when attempting to create a new data source
(the load configuration ends up with a connection successful dialog after
a several minutes wait), pressing OK locks idea indefinitelly (or so it seems,
I gave up after about 10 minutes and killed the idea process). CPU was close
to 100% during this time.

Now, presuming I'll get past this configuration step, I have a question about
the functionality I'm to expect: will it validate the mapping annotations
in the EJB3 entities? Will it help me with providing coding assistance when
writing said annotations?

I'm hoping it does something along the lines of what the hibernate plugin
offers for the hibernate xml mapping files. Or is it just a DB reverse engineering
tool?

Thx,
Andrei


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Thx,
Andrei

AO> Hi there,
AO>
AO> Is the datasource functionality supposed to work in 5350? I'm having
AO> a rough time with it (to say the least).
AO>
AO> Apart from being terribly slow when attempting to create a new data
AO> source (the load configuration ends up with a connection successful
AO> dialog after a several minutes wait), pressing OK locks idea
AO> indefinitelly (or so it seems, I gave up after about 10 minutes and
AO> killed the idea process). CPU was close to 100% during this time.
AO>
AO> Now, presuming I'll get past this configuration step, I have a
AO> question about the functionality I'm to expect: will it validate the
AO> mapping annotations in the EJB3 entities? Will it help me with
AO> providing coding assistance when writing said annotations?
AO>
AO> I'm hoping it does something along the lines of what the hibernate
AO> plugin offers for the hibernate xml mapping files. Or is it just a
AO> DB reverse engineering tool?
AO>
AO> Thx,
AO> Andrei


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