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From "James A. Hillyerd" <ja...@hillyerd.com>
Subject Object Mapping w/ Struts?
Date Sat, 23 Mar 2002 10:14:52 GMT
I am looking for an object-mapping (to sql relational DB) solution for
Struts.  

I have a medium sized database application which I've developed in
struts.  (around 25 tables in PostgreSQL)  I've been using a home-brew
lightweight data-access bean system -- using perl scripts to generate
beans that interact with the database.  The java source these scripts
generate need a lot of manual editing, so making changes to the object
model can be a nightmare. 

I tried downloading Torque 2.1, but had problems, so then I tried Torque
3.0b1.  It seems like Torque isn't going to integrate well with my
already existing tables.  I use some postgres types such as TEXT and
BOOLEAN, which I would expect to map to LONGVARCHAR and BIT
respectively, but in the SQL that torque spit out they were "bytea" and
"".  I can't find mention of "bytea" in postgres docs, and obviously ""
isn't going to do much for me. =) 

After reading the Torque docs, I really like what it offers but I'm not
sure that it will work for me.  Are there any other solutions that
people can recommend?  Or should I try modifying torque to fit my needs?
I don't have any EJB experience but I've heard good things about JBoss. 
I've also heard the going EJB can really slow an application down. I've
also noticed some talk of Expresso on this list, would this be worth
trying?

Thanks for any advice! 

-james 

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