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What is the best ORM for .net? EF or XPO?

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Hello.
Our company is about to deploy middleware approach for software development.
Since our development platform is .Net  After a long disscussions, we decided to use WCF for this purpous. But we are still thinking over ORM, choosing between XPO and EF.  
Can you give any advice?
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Here is a good answer from Alexandre Simoes (AlexCode)

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/.NET/.NET_Framework_3.x/Q_26310191.html

Michael
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Thank you so much for clear axplanation.
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