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I am using hibernate in one of my web service implementation. In the WPS environment everything will be handled as an SDO, so I have to do mapping to SDO from my hibernate entity object.
As there is no adapter for Hibernate, we have to map the entity object to SDO manually. But there is a solution given to this by IBM in one of thier article. I am giving it here -
An EJB Web service session facade is created to wrap Hibernate persistence. An integration developer can then use a Web service import to invoke the Web service for persistence. This gets around having to build POJO to SDO converters, since at the current time SCA only uses SDO for data types. Figure 1 illustrates a business process using both patterns, though the details of the process are beyond the scope of this article.
But there is no other details given for aa complete solution apart from this small para.
Can anyone help me to understand what IBM exactly means by that? What can i do to implement the given solution ?