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Opinions on OJB

 
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Has anyone used the jakarta project OJB? What is your opinion on it?
 
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I have been evaluating it on and off for the last few months. Ever since it has moved from sourceforge to apache it is maturing very rapidly. It has gained a lot more visibility and I see a lot more source/tools being contributed to it.
The source quality is very good and the guys who manage the project sure know what they are doing. Feature for Feature it does most of what the commercial vendors do ( or in some cases claim to do ). If you are in evaluating Object-relational tools I would definitely recomend that you throw this into the mix and see how it turns out.
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I would also look at Hibernate:
http://hibernate.sourceforge.net
 
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