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How can we decide whether to go for EJB 3 Entity Beans or with any other ORM Implementation tool

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I see taht there are lot of Benefits provided by EJB 3 Entity Beans , when compared to other ORM tools that are avialable in market right now .

now My question is that

1. How did Hibernate Manage to dominate EJB 3 Entity Beans

2. If we are starting to develop an Application from scratch , how can we decide whether to use EJB 3 Entity Beans or any other ORM Tools for providing persistence .

please suggest , Thanks .
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