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From "Sameer\(External\)" <sam...@spsoftindia.com>
Subject Suggestion - Required
Date Fri, 21 Jan 2005 07:43:12 GMT

I just have gone through John Carnels presentation - "Building a Data Persistence Tier Leveraging
Object Relational Bridge (OJB)" @ http://cvs.apache.org/viewcvs.cgi/*checkout*/db-ojb/contrib/ojb-dataccess.pdf?rev=HEAD

It is very nice,simple and  helpful for me to understand the basics of OJB and how to configure
the same.

But - after going through one of the last sessions - "The Problem with This Approach", am
now in a dilemma to use OJB's or not.

We are currently building a Datacentre application through which an administrator can do SAN
Management, Database Management etc.

Where we envision a lot of objects to be running in the client (A Java/Swing based application)

It would be of great help if you can let us know - whether we should go for this approach
(OJB) or not? Or if there is any other better way of acheiving the same.

(Project Manager)

S P Software Technologies (I) Pvt. Ltd.
(An ISO 9001:2000 Company)
Pune, Maharashtra, India - 411 004.

Tel : 91-20-4006154, 4006983, 4007503.
Fax : 91-20-4006153.

Email : sameer@spsoftindia.com
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