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vijay mahendra
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Hai one and all,

What is main Advantages of Hibernate??

Is there any links to know hibernate ??

Thanks one and all.
 
Paul Sturrock
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Have a browse through our Object Relational Mapping forum - this question gets asked and answered quite regularly in there.
[ January 22, 2007: Message edited by: Paul Sturrock ]
 
Muhammad Saifuddin
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or Check this Web link to know about Hibernate
 
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Pj Murray
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Since someone has taken the trouble to move it to the correct forum, I thought I should provide a few links for the beginner:

Here's a blog posting here with a comparison of these Java persistence technology choices here:

http://www.codefutures.com/weblog/corporate/archives/2005/02/data_persistenc.html

Also, in relation to your question on Hibernate, you should might like to read a blog entry on "Choosing a data persistence strategy":


http://www.codefutures.com/weblog/andygrove/archives/2005/01/choosing_a_java.html

I should point out that there's generally too much attention paid to the choice of Java persistence technology (e.g. Hibernate versus JDO) and not enough on the overall architectural strategy.

While using an ORM technology has benefits, you should also always consider using Data Access Objects - which will provide you with a level of independence from the technology choice (i.e. you can swap between ORM or JDBC or whatever as appropriate). This might be useful:

http://www.codefutures.com/weblog/andygrove/archives/2005/02/data_access_obj.html

I hope this helps.
 
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