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Do you consider hibernate J2EE technology?

 
Rui Hu
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I really can not recommend Entity bean.

Plain JDBC works just fine.
 
Ajith Kallambella
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No, it is not a J2EE technology since its implementation is not based on the standard J2EE spec. It might leverage on some of the J2EE platform features. It belongs to the same category as Struts, Cactus etc. They are frameworks as opposed to components of the J2EE platform.

HTH
 
Ajith Kallambella
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Finland Finland,

Unfortunately your name violates our naming policy. Please take a quick look at the rules and edit your profile accordingly.

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H. Hafer
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Originally posted by Finland Finland:
I really can not recommend Entity bean.


Unfortunately you just aim at certification as java enterprise architect so you should stick with their technology. Or would you like to provide a bea examiner with a jboss solution?

regards,
Harbo
 
Siddhartha Bhattacharya
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Not until we have EJB 3.0 (entity beans) out which I heard is what hibernate is now (maybe even better)!
 
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