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From Brent Atkins <brent.atk...@pro-sys.biz>
Subject Re: torque and spring
Date Mon, 31 Jan 2005 19:44:12 GMT
The difference between Hibernate and Torque is a matter of where you are 
starting your project.  If you are starting a project from scratch, and 
the format of the project is pretty much based upon the database schema, 
then Torque will do quite nicely.

If you are taking an existing project, or a project where the business 
model is more important than the database model, then Hibernate would do 
better.  Basically it boils down to how you program.

For a nice comparison of the different persistence layers, you can look 
here...
http://www.rollerweblogger.org/page/roller/20021013

For an example that shows the different tools in action (like AppFuse 
for ORMT) you can check out...
http://ortools.warneronstine.com/

How this all applies to Spring, I'm not too sure - but Torque's classes 
are independent of any framework so I don't see where you would have any 
problem.

Robert Bowen wrote:

>I would be interested in this as well. It seems that
>the "latest and greatest" data object mapping +
>framework solution is Hibernate + Spring.
>
>... which begs the question(s) - what does Hibernate
>do better than Torque? I am going to buy the new
>Manning book "Spring in Action" which talks a lot
>about Hibernate and Spring but I thought I might ask
>the list as well ...
>
>syg
>
>--- Johan Andries <ja@schaubroeck.be> wrote:
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>>Hello,
>>
>>Has anyone ever done a successful attempt on
>>integrating the generated 
>>Torque Java classes in the Spring framework? I've
>>searched the mailing 
>>list archive and found no references to this.
>>
>>Kind regards,
>>Johan
>>
>>
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