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is there any related between JDO and hibernate ?

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hi, i have not much knowledge on hibernate and jdo , can someone guide what is the different between these two ? thank you very much
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JDO is a data persistence specification published under that Java Community Process (JCP). It's support by a few dozen vendors.

Hibernate is a very popular open source data persistence framework/ORM project.

You can find a comparison of various data persistence technologies, including JDO and Hibernate, here:


You might find these notes on choosing a data persistence strategy useful:


PJ Murray
CodeFutures Software
Java Code Generation for Data Persistence
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