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    Default How Hibernate is good rather than jdbc

    Can u pls explain How Hibernate is good rather than jdbc

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    In what context? What platform? What technology? What are you trying to achieve?

    It's like asking why a Jeep is better than a bus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhHein View Post
    It's like asking why a Jeep is better than a bus.
    Wait! Wait! I know that one: you can't brush your teeth with a bus but you can't with a Jeep! What did I win? ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JosAH View Post
    Wait! Wait! I know that one: you can't brush your teeth with a bus but you can't with a Jeep! What did I win? ;-)

    kind regards,

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    lol... do u mean 'can't with a Jeep' or 'can with a Jeep'?

    And except for capacity(which depends on who's buying anyways), I would say a Jeep was better than a Bus:p hehehe
    Alright. Back to topic!

    From the little I know, JDBC is a connectivity driver to help you plug your J2ee or java application to any database. Hibernate, [Isnt Hibernate supposed to be a database mgmt software?] Gotta check that.
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    I checked. And Hibernate is not a database like I thought, but an open source tool for connecting Java applications to a DBMS but with a better feature : mapping java objects/classes to specific database data. Thus you dont have to bother about writing java code to specify this as opposed to JDBC. [I belve u know this]

    Here's a helpful link for comparision:[mindfiresolutions.com/mindfire/Java_Hibernate_JDBC.pdf] - Im not allowed to post links yet, so prefix http, colon, two forward slashes and www
    I leave the rest to the experts :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by JosAH View Post
    Wait! Wait! I know that one: you can't brush your teeth with a bus but you can't with a Jeep! What did I win? ;-)

    kind regards,

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    You just won a tooth brush.
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