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On 28/11/2007, Edward C. Zimmermann <edz@bsn.com> wrote:
> Lets not even talk about XQuery. Do we talk about SQL in systems that have
> SQL back ends? Normally the functionality is wrapped in other functions and
> interfaces--- heck, these days, it seems most Java "programmers" could not
> even write a line of SQL if they had too (they'd argue, of course, that they
> don't).

(Deviation from the thread here...)

You're right - check out JPA, using say Hibernate as the implementation.

Just annotate your pojos and it automagically takes care of
persistence without needing a single line of SQL - it really is that


I think it's amazing, and I could imagine the same annotation approach
working well for persisting your objects to XML too.

Andrew Welch
Kernow: http://kernowforsaxon.sf.net/

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