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From swaroop belur <swaroop.be...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Questions regd ibatis best practices - need some help here
Date Fri, 24 Jul 2009 05:38:40 GMT

Hi Jeff

This is really good.  This kind of reply will really help us developers to
use ibatis in correct way.
I was struggling for couple of weeks to use ibatis the right way.

Right now i can see the download link for ibatis  2.3.4 . May i know when
ibatis 3 can be downloaded.

Thanks for your time.


swaroop belur wrote:
> Hello all,
> Is there any pointer/link or document which suggests using certain
> features over others to achieve the same goal
> to improve performance for example.  
> 1. Like for instance when executing an update query , we can either
> specify parameterClass or parameterMap 
> Which one is preferred  and why? 
> 2. Related to above - The cost of reflection while marshalling results. 
>     eg. For  [1]  is there any relation to reflection or both are same
> 3. I was using ibator to generate some code today and observed by default
> it does NOT generate any paramterMaps
> Any reason for this. I hope this is the right forum to ask this
> question.It generates paramterClass where requied and no maps
> 4. Also  is there any disadvantage  of using java.util.Map for providing
> parameters instead of a Java Bean. Again any demerits
> over using bean? 
> 5. Last - I am new and learning ibatis - is there any Best Practice FAQ .
> I did search for best practices in this forum - but 
> was not convinced i found answers to my questions. 
> I am trying to understand how much better from both developing and
> performance point will Spring-Ibatis integration
> be better than Spring-JDBC integration
> Really appreciate any response.
> Thanks
> sbelur

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