Originally posted by Tim Holloway:
Lately, I've been playing with JDO. One of the neat things about the Kodo implementation (hey, do I get "plug money" for that? ) is that they CACHE their prepared statements and the connections are managed external to the in-and-out-flow of the web requests, which can potentially make things flow more efficiently.
Originally posted by Jim Yingst:
Naked PreparedStatements are generally harder to debug. JavaWorld addressed this problem in an article awhile ago, wrapping the PreparedStatement in a decorator to provide additional debugging info. Seems like their approach could be applied in Jenny.
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