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Thomas Paul
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Welcome to our new forum for object relational mapping technologies such as JDO and Hibernate etc.
 
Brian McCallister
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Let us not forget OJB as well ;-)
-Brian
 
Pat Wallwork
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Awesome!
I am not a frequent poster here but I certainly browse the forums often. I've recently began utilizing Hibernate and I'm very impressed with it, although I've only just used the basic features so far. I look forward to viewing the topics and discussions here :-)
Here's to a future of great webapps free of all that damn repetitive JDBC code!
-Pat
 
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Hibernate is not a standard, so it is recommended to use it?
 
Lasse Koskela
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Originally posted by Pradeep Bhat:
Hibernate is not a standard, so it is recommended to use it?
Hibernate is not an official standard, but it's a kind of de-facto standard right now. So far, Hibernate seems much more powerful than JDO, but with JDO vendors pushing out more and more compliant products, JDO might win the race after all.
I consider the biggest obstacle for using Hibernate to be its open source nature -- some clients don't allow the use of open source products at all due to legal issues (to be more accurate, due to fear of such things).
 
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