Oracle TopLink links object-oriented programs with relational data structures. Using TopLink, you can build high-performance applications that store persistent object-oriented data in a relational database. TopLink successfully transforms object-oriented data into either relational data or XML documents. Using TopLink, you can integrate persistence and object-transformation into your application, while staying focused on your primary domain problem by taking advantage of an efficient, flexible, and field-proven solution.
This document is intended for application developers and administrators who want to know more about the concepts behind TopLink and its features.
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For more information, see the following documents in the Oracle TopLink documentation set:
EclipseLink Documentation Center at
"Oracle TopLink" in Oracle Fusion Middleware Release Notes for Linux x86
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