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vaibhav mishra
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I have a requirement of accesing a database stored in a server, through hessian (preferably because it allows direct RPCs) but if not possible I can use any other method , preferably simple enough to allow me to do it , in 2 days

from the last 2 days I am searching this , reading literature etc., I should mention here that I had no exposure to java web technologies before and whatever I have learned in this short time is very limited , I require to access the database which is at a remote server through a web service kind-of interface, from what I get, Hessian/Burlap fit perfect for my implementation but they have proper integration only with spring which'll make my code too much bloated , second option that seems to be any consequence is using cayenne , although I cannot understand what it does but it seems to be what I see, can anyone provide a simpler technology.


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