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Hi,

I would like to know what are the Open sources supported for java, and how it would be equivalent/Similar in DotNet.

Example : In java we have Hibernate  which is similar to NHibernate in DOtNet.

  similarly I would like to know  some more...

                could you please guide me on this.
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