Jalapeño and the Caché Java Binding are Deprecated
Welcome to the Jalapeño tutorial!
(Java Language Persistence with No Mapping) is a Java persistence library for Caché. It provides Java applications with an easy and efficient mechanism for storing their POJOs
(Plain Ordinary Java Objects) to Caché without using object-relational mappings. Caché stores the POJOs as true objects, preserving inheritance, relationships, collections, complex datatypes, and other object features. Moreover, the system automatically projects the objects to SQL standard relational tables. Using Jalapeño
, Java applications can access their stored POJOs using object-oriented techniques as well as ordinary relational JDBC. Standard SQL-based reporting tools can also access the stored POJO data.
This tutorial is divided into two parts and should be completed in the following order:
This tutorial assumes basic familiarity with Java programming. For more information on Java programming, read The Java Tutorials
. This tutorial does not require familiarity with Caché programming.