* Objectify provides built-in facilities to **help migrate schema changes** forward.
* Objectify provides **thorough documentation** of concepts as well as use cases.
Many thanks to everyone test-driving Hibernate OGM and reporting bugs (and feature requests) to us! GZ from Source Forge or use the following GAV coordinates with your preferred build tool: While preparing another release for fixing some more issues in Hibernate OGM 4.1, we take in parallel the first steps towards Hibernate OGM 4.2. In part 1 you have seen how to include Hibernate OGM in your Java project and how simple it is to persist entities and switch between different kind of No SQL datastores.
You can expect many improvements in the field of JP-QL queries, support for custom types, an SPI for logging executed/failed operations on non-transactional No SQL stores and much more. Now that your datastore contains some data you will probably want to run some queries on it.
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Taking the entity Hike as an example: Hibernate OGM will parse this query and transform it into the equivalent one in the native query language of the datastore of your choice.* Objectify has an **extensive test suite** to prevent regressions.## Documentation Full documentation is availble in the [Objectify Wiki](https://github.com/objectify/objectify/wiki).With the modeling strength and flexibility of UML 2.5, combined with a rich toolset, Enterprise Architect 13 Beta is a model driven team-based lifecycle platform like no other.The release of Enterprise Architect 13 includes hundreds of new enhancements and technologies for coding, database development, reporting, simulation and much more.