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Hibernate vs EJB 3.0

 
ben oliver
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I heard that EJB 3.0 is going to be very like Hibernate mechanism. Then, why don't people wait for EJB 3.0 ? If I want to convert an existing entity bean involved application into Hibernate, maybe the best way is don't do it and just wait for EJB 3.0 ? (Because I guess that may require less change for me since I am still working on the EJB family. right ?)

Should we go with EJB 3.0 or Hibernate ?
 
Mark Spritzler
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Hibernate 3.0 is Hibernates implementation of EJB 3.0

So if you use Hibernate 3.0 you can use the same objects as Entity Beans.

I'd say go with Hibernate, because no matter what you will find it easy to move to EJB 3.0 if you are using EJB 2.x.

Of course, remember that is just my opinion.

Mark
 
Emanuel Kadziela
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How long are you willing to wait for EJB 3.0?
 
Mark Spritzler
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We didn't wait at all. We are using it now in our application. And are almost live, we are taking live orders now, but with a subset of users.

All in EJB 3.0

Mark
 
victor araujo
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Will the EJB 3.0 specification gonna change ? Is there a book about Hibernate 3.0 ?
 
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