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From Langdon Stevenson <lsteven...@objectpositive.com>
Subject Re: Hibernate VS ibatis, which is better?
Date Thu, 02 Sep 2004 11:25:59 GMT
<snip>

>As it stands today, a team has three major choices in data access libraries:
>
> 1. Roll your own persistence layer using the stock data access libraries (JDBC) 
>
> 2. Use an Object-Relational-Modeling (ORM) Tool, like Hibernate or Apache OJB or Sun's
JDO
>
> 3. Use a Data Mapper framework, like iBATIS

<snip>

Nice summary thanks Ted.  

I chose to go with Hibernate for my project (which fits the ORM category above perfectly)
and am very happy with it so far.  Relatively short learning curve (even for a Java/Struts
newbie like me).  After slugging it out with log4j, and the Struts validator, it was a piece
of cake to implement.

I am only doing simple stuff with it at the moment, but have no complaints (just wish that
it had been around 8 years ago!). 

Langdon 


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