Comment on Tutorial - Hibernate Vs. JDBC ( A comparison) By Emiley J.
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Comment Added at : 2011-01-03 02:11:48
Comment on Tutorial : Hibernate Vs. JDBC ( A comparison) By Emiley J.
From the last 2 year. i'm working on hibernate framework... I don't see any advantage other than less coding. Those who doesn't know how to reuse the code and OOPs concept its a handy tool... Then its always n obvious that JDBC is faster than hibernate (if u really work on API and caching), under the hood hibernate uses JDBC. Obviously we can use hibernate as a refined framework which already handled all those plumping works for us. There is disadvantages like, hard to understand, debug and maintain, DAO layer go out of the focus, so developer get the feeling of writing business logic at any where (if there is no internal framework or coding standard )... That will reduce the scope of code re usability. So its always better to have a custom framework over hibernate...
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