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DataNucleaus Enables Neo4j with JPA or JDO

The content of this article was originally written by Andreas Kolleger on the Neo4j blog.

The DataNucleus project provides Java applications with a consistent, standards-compliant platform for data management. To a broad range of data storage, DataNucleus has just added Neo4j support with the release of datanucleus-neo4j.

The release of the DataNucleus v3.1.0-m1 of the "datanucleus-neo4j" plugin includes support for embedded and nested embedded fields and the querying of those fields, support for use of Neo4j node id as a global object identity, a check for duplicated identity on persist, support for JDOQL/JPQL ordering in Cypher, and much more.

Read all the details about datanucleus-neo4j in the official blog post, then follow along with either the JPA Tutorial or the JDO Tutorial.

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