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From "James Carman" <ja...@carmanconsulting.com>
Subject Re: [beanutils] Using Beanutils with JDBC DAO vs Using a Persistence Framework
Date Fri, 12 Sep 2008 17:40:44 GMT
In the long run, you'll probably be better off with an
object-relational mapping (ORM) tool.  I prefer hibernate, myself.

On Fri, Sep 12, 2008 at 1:37 PM,  <Patrick.Grimard@xtl.com> wrote:
>
> I've been reading some articles on persistence frameworks such as iBatis,
> Hibernate and the Java Persistence API.  I've only been programming with Java
> for a few years.  On my most recent project I used Beanutils to store data in a
> RowSetDynaClass object and later iterated through the DynaBeans to fetch the
> data and make use of it (some of you probably saw a few messages I posted).  I'm
> very comfortable doing things this way, in fact I'll probably implement this in
> another project I'm working on.  I liked the fact that I didn't have to create a
> class for each table I would need to query data from.  As long as I know the
> field names in my database, it's very easy to get the data out of the DynaBeans.
>
> Through the articles I read on persistence frameworks, I saw things like
> defining SQL statements in XML files in iBatis that can later be called by a
> simple method and the results get mapped to an object class that is created
> ahead of time.  Perhaps the statements could be mapped to a RowSetDynaClass
> instead.  I didn't look to deeply into Hibernate as most articles I read seemed
> to state that iBatis is better suited for environments where there is an
> existing database that's already very established, and this is the situation I
> am in with an existing DB2 database  running on an IBM iSeries.  In any case,
> I'm very comfortable writing my own SQL statements and creating simple
> connections, preparing statements and then executing them to get the resultset.
> So I'm wondering if I would be benefitted in some way by trying to implement
> something like iBatis?  Or am I better off using the RowSetDynaClass approach I
> recently learned?
>
> What are your thoughts?
>
> Patrick
>
>
>
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