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From "Brandon Goodin" <brandon.goo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Can I use Map or XML result in mapping complex properties
Date Tue, 23 May 2006 03:11:17 GMT
iB3 is looking to avoid being the monolith solution. This does not
mean that there will not be any XML support. It means there will not
be XML support in the core API. It should be possible for an extension
to be written to handle XML.


On 5/22/06, Shepherdz <zhaoxinpei@ndtech.com.cn> wrote:
> Thx for responsing. However, XML support is really important.
> In our project, we use AJAX in the web tier. XML is the very representation
> for business data. If the ORM can return XML result, we can get rid of a lot
> of meaningless reflections in our system. More over, XML is a good structure
> in representing information. For data processing, we can use JAXP and XSLT,
> partially at least. Also, we can use Prototype pattern to encapsulate the
> dom object as generic object class.
> Actually, in our project we decide to use XML everywhere and we look for
> some ORM approach to support our scenario.
> Hibernate has announced XML support in 3.0, although it is said to be "an
> experimental feature in Hibernate 3.0 and is under extremely active
> development". Sincerely to say, getting away XML support in ORM is a rather
> stupid decision...
> Shepherd
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