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XMLPersistence Vs Entity Bean

 
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Hi Kathy And Bates
I am presently working on an J2EE assignment for a Mutual Fund Company which involves perhaps the most complex domain concepts.We are using XML based DAO for persistence in place of Entity Beans. Typically we try to create a OR/Mapper in DAO Config.xml file wherein we map DataBase Tables with with POJO representing the table column as instance attributes.
How does this approach fare with Entity Bean. Would like to know your comments on the same ...
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No takers for this one....come one gurus need your inputs!!!
 
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What was the motive behind the choosing of DAO?Do you have any plans to cater to different types of persistence stores?If the persistent store is going to remain the same,I would opt for a entity bean model instead of objectifying my tables via POJO/DAO
 
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