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Does Jforum 2.1.8 uses Hibernate

Pradeep Kumar
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Hi,
As per my assumption JForum 2.1.8 version does not uses Hibernate. All the queries are loaded from the properties files which is loaded in the start up. Hibernate in JForum is planned for the JForum release 3 i suppose. Kindly reply whether my assumption is correct.

Thanks and regards,
Pradeep


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Ernest Friedman-Hill
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Yes, JForum 2 does not use Hibernate.


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Joe Harry
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Pradeep Kumar wrote:Hi,
As per my assumption JForum 2.1.8 version does not uses Hibernate. All the queries are loaded from the properties files which is loaded in the start up. Hibernate in JForum is planned for the JForum release 3 i suppose. Kindly reply whether my assumption is correct.

Thanks and regards,
Pradeep


Did you manage to get your hands on developing with the JForum team for JForum 3?


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Pradeep Kumar
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No, I am working on Jforum 2.1.8 for one of my internal project.
Trishul P Mukherjee
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The following link shows a page describing the fact that Hibernate was introduced in JForum 3.
JForum3Development Process


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