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The EclipseLink project's goal is to provide a complete persistence solution that is both comprehensive and universal. It will run in any Java environment and read and write objects to virtually any type of data source, including relational databases, XML, or EIS systems. EclipseLink will focus on providing leading edge support, including advanced feature extensions, for the dominant persistence standards for each target data source; Java Persistence API (JPA) for relational databases, Java API for XML Binding (JAXB) for XML, Java Connector Architecture (JCA) for EIS and other types of legacy systems, and Service Data Objects (SDO).
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Recently started a JEE project that needs to run on Tomcat so I'm using EclipseLink directly. It works as advertised.
What I really appreciate the most about EclipseLink are its well written and detailed error messages if something goes wrong.
(This would be in contrast to the seemingly mysterious random exceptions thrown by Glassfish)