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is Hibernate is an implementation for EJB specs?

 
Mallik Avula
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HI friends
i am new to this Hibernate and i am going to use it in our next project.
before i would like to know some things.....
is hibernate is an implementation for EJB specifications?
if not,is ejb3.0 will dominate hibernate?(because EJB improve in 'simple of use' very much)
ok some people saying that hibernate just equalent to ejb entity beans?

please clear me...
 
Mark Spritzler
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Hibernate implements the JPA specification. So Hibernate is basically an implementation of EJB 3.0 Entity Beans (Now really just called JPA). But Hibernate also goes well beyond the spec, if you so choose to use Hibernate to its fullest extent.

Mark
 
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