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From Ludovic Maitre <ludovic.mai...@free.fr>
Subject Re: Performance issues of using "object" repository rather than "orm"
Date Wed, 18 May 2005 11:11:25 GMT
Hello,

I have only a small question/precision to ask so i cut a lot of the 
original message.

Stefan Guggisberg wrote:

><disclaimer>
>i have to admit that i am biased. i love simplicity and easy deployment and 
>i am not a huge fan of ORM. 
></disclaimer>
>
>  
>
Ok,

>ORM PM:
>--------------
>pro: 
>- i assume it would scale better 
>- transactional
>
>con:
>- very complex deployment
>- network transport overhead?
>- considerably slower than Object PM
>
>  
>
I just want to know if you guess this fact or if you have done some 
benchmarks ? In my "subjectives" tests for using Magnolia. a CMS which 
use Jackrabbit, with a db persistent manager (OJB and Hibernate), i had 
the feeling that the creation of the contents was a lot quicker with db 
persistence than with the filesystem persistence (which is the object 
persistence or i'm wrong?).

>cheers
>stefan
>  
>
Thanks, have a good day,

-- 
Cordialement,
Ludo - http://www.ubik-products.com
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"L'amour pour principe et l'ordre pour base; le progres pour but" (A.Comte) 


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