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Object to Relational Mapping

Posted on 2004-04-06
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Guys, i am looking any models or framework that can help me to ease my DB coding.

Any OR tools or model can recommand?

I understand, TOPLINK and Hibernate are good examples... but anything else?

I am news to this gadget, please share with me...
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You maybe well off trying to look for something like....

Castor. I am not sure what IDE you are using for development purposes.
I would suggest that you use an OR mapping tool called Castor. It is a very neat way of mapping your objects directly to the database.

However as far as i remember. You will need a type IV JDBC driver.

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