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From Michael Campbell <michael.campb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Cache w/ Hierarchical ResultMaps
Date Thu, 03 Nov 2005 01:17:04 GMT
Just a general note here...  not every tool is suitable for every project.
iBatis solves a very LARGE set of needs, but it might be that it just
doesn't solve THIS one (it might, but it's sounding like not...)

Good luck in any case, and I wish I had a nifty solution for you.

Out of curiosity, are you using ibatis' daos, or rolling your own?

On 11/2/05, Paul Benedict <paul4christ79@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Reuben (I hope that's your first name :-)),
>
> >> Vendor / Branch / Employee / Address
> >> When I load a Vendor, I wish (if at all possible)
> to load it from the cache, since it contains all sub
> objects (Branch, Employee, Address), and is rather
> big.
>
> I am in the same situation (see my posts about my
> Fruit object). I am curious about how you feel about
> needing to list out, if you do, all your columns for
> those 4 objects to retrieve a Vendor. This assumes
> you're not doing 4 selects, but one select using
> joins.
>
> I imagine you have standalone queries like findBranch,
> findEmployee, findAddress which lists out their
> respective columns, but then you need to list out all
> those columns again for findVendor?
>
> I am looking for a good methodology here. I know
> Hibernate generates the columns to select
> automatically and I like that because I don't like
> having to tread through multiple sqlmaps just to
> update many select statements when things change.
>
> What is your take on my concern?
>
>
>
>
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