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Hello Christian Bauer and Gavin King,
What are the main differences between Hibernate and JDO? I've thought about doing a little JDO but this is the first time I have ever heard of Hibernate. It sounds like they are pretty comparable.
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Ryan
 
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JDO: spec stuff targetting persistence (no restrictions on support)
Hibernate: ORM - solving the so-called object/relational paradigm mismatch (solving persistence of objects against RDBMS).

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PS: you can search this forum... you will find plenty of infos about this question.
 
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just SEARCH the forum. e.g.:
http://www.coderanch.com/t/214909/ORM/java/JDO-Hibernate-Castor
 
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More Hibernate VS JDO

http://www.coderanch.com/t/214766/ORM/java/Hibernate-vs-JDO
 
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