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How to add more fields

kiran raja

Joined: May 11, 2004
Posts: 22
Hi guys,
In JDO datastore,can any one tellme how i could add more fields to my data store.That is, i already have a data store having 6 fields and as of latest,i have found a requirement that my software requires to have two more fields,how can i add these fields to the existing datastore retaining
all the previous records.I am using a File Object Store (FOStore)implementation to store my data

Does Sun reference implementation given any Schema mapping tool.

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Erik Bengtson
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Joined: Dec 06, 2003
Posts: 90
The JDO RI is suitable for learning the JDO technology but should not be used in real applications. Althought it's a good implementation, you don't have offical support from Sun. At least, you should contact Sun for a contract support.

Instead, you should use one of the many JDO open source implementations supporting relational databases.
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