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DataObjects.Net Vs NHibernate

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I need to know whether DataObjects.Net or NHibernate is the best ?
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by:Jogai
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It depends on wich features you need: Here is an comparison:
http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=0AtMUz5Z1OXjudEpWc3pvdWtRZlFrUVM4WVZlOWJFQnc&hl=en&output=html
And a whitpaper about the differences: https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1pZVmgJBhEqasUOpReQPuB_D5MFobLXU3_9Dm95bgVOY
Both are written by DataObjects.Net maintainers, so it maybe subjective, but it will get you a good start.
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all features i need is concerning performance
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ANd also this tool should perform well with ASP.net
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According to http://ormbattle.net/ Dataobjects.net is the fastest
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