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Confused about ORM tool selection.

 
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Hi Everybody,
There are many frameworks for ORM. One gets confused about them. I would like to know pros and cons of frameworks for ORM. On what basis a ORM framework should be selected.
Thanks in advance.

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You're not trying to start this massive thread over again, are you?

Why do we need a framework to do ORM or programming in general?

Choose a framework that fits your situation. For me, Hibernate is easy to maintain, easy to learn, easy to deploy, and pretty flexible. That's why I like working with it.

Define your problem, figure out what you need to do, and then research the frameworks. Don't chose a framework and then look for a problem. Define your problem domain, and then chose the solution that best fits it.

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