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Follow up on :Various DB Connection issue

 
Tom Boyce
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Thanks for the reply. I'm guessing I wasn't very clear on the requirments so if I could, let me clairfy a bit.

We have a product that we sell to various clients that can include a database, but in most cases, the client already have an existing database that our application will read and write to. Obviously, when we designed the app, we do so with the database schemea we developed. The issue is in adapting the TO's, DAO's and CDR's for each client specific database and if there is an easier way to do rather than re-writing these objects each time (taking approximately two man months).

Can Hibernate and OR mapping help us find an easier and quicker way to map to any database schemea?

Again, thanks and I look forward to hearing from you.
 
Lasse Koskela
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Originally posted by Tom Boyce:
Can Hibernate and OR mapping help us find an easier and quicker way to map to any database schemea?

Definitely. Instead of creating/editing Java classes, you configure the O/R mapping file.
 
somkiat puisungnoen
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Can Hibernate and OR mapping help us find an easier and quicker way to map to any database schemea?


Hibernate and other OR mapping tool is help to quickly develop application.


But it depend on your experience in this field.
 
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