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The purpose of this 3 page paper is to describe how to improve persistence with Apache Derby and iBATIS. The iBATIS database mapping framework, a popular Java framework for object relational mapping.
In the last couple of years, there has been an increasing demand for deployment of Java solutions that are not only light weight but also scalable. There are several from works that enable this kind of deployment, one of them is the Spring Framework. Agility, integration, and simplicity are the driving forces behind the Spring Framework (Devx.com, 2007).
As of now, majority of Spring Framework documentation recommends using Hibernate to infuse your Spring Application with a data-persistence layer. Although there is no doubt that Hibernate is certainly an excellent technology, it is not always the right choice.
One of the key features of Spring Framework is that it empowers developers with the ability to easily switch between component technologies, and the persistence layer is no exception. As ...
This solution describes how to improve persistence with Apache Derby and iBATIS, which is a popular Java object relational database mapping framework.