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Does Hibernate not quite fit in with the enterprise application?

kong song
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In fact, object model and relationship model 's disaccord to be coordinated completely by ORM is impossible.
Hibernate hide subway SQL, you can not controll it precisely. if you try to use native sql in hibernate,orm featrue would be lost;
so in my company's recent new ERP project,I drop Hibernate ,and choose IBATIS。
Does anybody have the same idea? Thanks.
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Howdy Greenhorn! Welcome to the JavaRanch.

Could you check your private messages for a quick little admin matter? Thanks!

David Newton
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kong song wrote:In fact, object model and relationship model 's disaccord to be coordinated completely by ORM is impossible.

That's not true at all--and iBatis is an ORM.
 
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