Play Framework compatibility #10

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nikita-volkov opened this Issue Jan 9, 2013 · 14 comments

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opensas commented Feb 5, 2013

+1 for play 2.1 support!

aswani commented Feb 16, 2013

+1 for play support

dadepra commented Feb 18, 2013

+1 for play 2.1 support!

+1 for play 2.1 support!

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Okay, guys, I have some good news. As of now consider the support to be partial: due to the magic happening in Play's dev-mode environment (play run command) there appear some conflicts which I can't yet trace, but fortunately it turns out that SORM integrates just fine with the production-mode of Play (play start command) - the one which really matters. I'll keep looking for a solution, but at least now you can use SORM with Play safely.

0.3.6 fixes #11, which may have given you problems with dependencies in Play 2.1.0

aswani commented Feb 21, 2013

This Is really Interesting News

On Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 4:25 AM, Nikita Volkov notifications@github.comwrote:

Okay, guys, I have some good news. As of now consider the support to be
partial: due to the magic happening in Play's dev-mode environment (play
run command) there appear some conflicts which I can't yet trace, but
fortunately it turns out that SORM integrates just fine with the
production-mode of Play (play start command) - the one which really
matters. I'll keep looking for a solution, but at least now you can use
SORM with Play safely.

0.3.6 fixes #11 https://github.com/nikita-volkov/sorm/issues/11, which
may have given you problems with dependencies in Play 2.1.0


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHubhttps://github.com/nikita-volkov/sorm/issues/10#issuecomment-13869312.

Ahmed Aswani

dadepra commented Feb 27, 2013

@nikita-volkov does you talked with teams of playframework or slick about a possible integration with them?
I believe that can be a very interesting possiblity to explorer, because SLICK supports many DB than those supported by SORM and it should be supported out-of-box by playframework 2.2.

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@dadepra Concerning a full PlayFramework compatibility - it's a top priority issue and it's going to be fixed soon. A merger with Slick, on the other hand, is not a possibility - the frameworks are too different on so many levels.

dadepra commented Feb 27, 2013

@nikita-volkov thanks very much for your instant response, and another question if you don't matter... Does any roadmap for Oracle and DB2 databases support?

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@dadepra There are no plans concerning those dbs specifically, however there are plans to rewrite the general driver API, which should make creating third-party ad-hoc drivers for any dbs much easier.

@nikita-volkov nikita-volkov added a commit that closed this issue Mar 6, 2013
@nikita-volkov nikita-volkov Fix #10 16f1a75
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Okay guys, the 0.3.7 release fixes the issue. Play Framework support is total now. If you come across any issues, please open new tickets.

awesome 👍

dadepra commented Mar 6, 2013

Great news, thanks @nikita-volkov!

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Please beware that it'll take a couple of hours until the Maven Central synchronizes and publishes the release.

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Play Framework 2.1 compatiblity #9

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