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I would like to know the difference between castor and hibernate Mapppings

 
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I would like to know the diference between castor and hibernate Mappings.

Which should i use. I am working on J2EE and basically on Web Application Development. I have had a taste of both but used only castor. I think Hibernate is good but i would like to know which is better and why.

Thnx.
 
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Hi Mayur

I'll leave it for someone with direct experience of Castor to answer your question (I have none), but I did want to point out that Castor (even though it's called Castor JDO) does not implement the JDO specification, and the package "org.exolab.castor.jdo" bears no relationship whatsoever to the JDO standard "javax.jdo".

Cheers, Robin.
 
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