Using Java with Caché Jalapeño
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Important:
Jalapeño and the Caché Java Binding are Deprecated
Java Persistence Architecture (JPA) is the recommended persistence technology for complex object hierarchies in Java projects. Caché and Ensemble currently support JPA 1.0 and 2.0 via the Hibernate implementations of the JPA specifications. See Using the Caché Hibernate Dialect in Using Caché with JDBC.
Extreme Event Persistence (XEP) is the recommended persistence technology for high-performance simple to medium complexity object hierarchies in Java projects. See Using eXTreme Event Persistence in Using Java with Caché eXTreme.
This book describes how to use Jalapeño, a lightweight tool that provides an easy way to store and access POJOs (Plain Old Java Objects) without mapping.

The following topics are covered:
For a more detailed outline, see the Table of Contents.
For general information, see Using InterSystems Documentation.