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Dear Pals,
I have started studying JGrinder that I want to implement in a project in my office. I have choice between Avalon and JGrinder and as it seems a little easier to implement than Avalon, I am thinking what to do.
I found the following major features of JGrinder. Please add some if you know and if possible provide a URL for an article on JGrinder.
(1) Database Transaction Log (easy commit, rollback)
(2) Object Persistence
(3) Multi-threading facilities
 
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After studying JGrinder a few days. I came to the following conclusion.
(1) JGrinder is mainly an object to relational database mapping system.
(2) It does not have strong community activities or supports right now.
Here is a code that is compiling well but are not showing "Ashik" as output. Can someone get where am I missing?

I am thinking of JRelational Framework as well as Avalon, Expresso as an alternative right now.
 
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In my opinion, a good OR mechanism shouldn't require you to meddle with your current domain objects. (Not even extending or implementing any special class for strict transparency).
It should have the least code intrusion to your business codes.
 
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Thanks, Simon your view is appreciable!
 
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