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Hibernate Teradata Dymanic model pojos creation

 
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I want to implement Hibernate in my existing project which uses Teradata DB.
As we know that in Teradata we have two separate connections for a table.
We have a read connection which uses a business view over the table and a write connection for insert/update operations for the MT table.
So we need to keep two separate POJO's for these two different objects.
The class fields names will be same but column name and table names will be different.

Any other dynamic approach is possible ?
 
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