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Andy Hahn
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What's the difference between:



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Mark Spritzler
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Moving this to the ORM forum, where you will find the Hibernate questions and answers.

Thanks

btw. One is Hibernate is handling everything for you, the callback is that you handle it yourself, if you really want to go to that low level.

Mark


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