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So I've been sending out the same question all over the internets, hopefully
those of you that have seen my question are not entirely sick of me by now.
Here's my conundrum:

I'd like to have my groovy files be compiled on the fly and then sent to the
ORM, the ORM would then compile and do all the necessary database work. This
sounds like a no-go in Hibernate. Here is a thread related specificly to
hibernate, with a good example of what it would look like:

http://www.coderanch.com/t/513878/ORM/java/Hibernate-Dynamic-Groovy-Class-even

Using Cayenne, could I have my groovy files compile, then feed their
structrual data (somehow) to Cayenne, then have Cayenne initialize, then if
I change a groovy file I could tell the whole process to start over? Is
dynamic loading/reloading supported in Cayenne? is there a good example in
java code on how this might work?

Any help would be really appreciated. My head hurts from the constant
banging.

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