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raghu dubey
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Hi Cameron,

First of all I am going to use Hibernate with Liferay very soon on my project.
I have heard of JDO as another OR/M tool that is quite popular.

How do the 2 compare?

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Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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I haven't done too much work with JDO, so I can't really expertly compare. JDO seemed to have alot of traction a few years ago, but its star has seemed to have faded, and I don't hear too much about it these days. Of course, I am in a Hibernate charged arena, so I'm probably biased.

As far as Hibernate goes, well, you'll find integrating Hibernate into JSR168 portlets that can be developed and deployed to Liferay to be very easy. Just make sure all of the required jars are there in the lib folder of the portlet module, and you're off to the races. My book demonstrates a simple way to leverage Hibernate in basic Servlet&JSP applications. The rules for typical web apps apply for portlet applications equally well.

-Cameron McKenzie
 
raghu dubey
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Thanks Cameron!

Yes I agree. I have not seen anyone using JDO these days. INtegrating to Liferay will be an important thing to accomplish.

Thankyou so much.
 
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