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Object To Relation Mapping

Post icon  Posted 31 July 2006 - 09:53 AM

There are plenty of Object to relational mapping tools available in the market, but we don't know the strengths and weaknesses of each. Letís share our experiences with O/R mapping products to the others.
Please comment which of the following products youíve used and what was the outcome. Feel free to add more tools in the list.

NPersist
TierDeveloper
EntityBroker
DeKlarit
Lattice.DataMapper
LLBGen Pro
XPO eXpress Persistent Objects
Nolics.net O/R mapper
Wilson ORMapper
NHibernate
MyGeneration

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Posted 10 August 2006 - 10:48 AM

I have used TierDeveloper personally and Iím very much satisfied with the product. Here are some of the strengths and weaknesses of TierDeveloper(in my opinion)

Strenghts
Easy to use. Learning curve is around 1 hour.
Customization of the generated code is possible through TemplateIDE tool provided with it.
Advanced features like synchronization with the database, automatic creation of relationships, inheritance support, object binding support etc.
Very responsive support staff
Support for large number of databases
Include your own business logic through use of Custom Hooks
Import Objects from Assembly and XML File
Support for webservices
Generates fully working database applications for real-life use
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