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> JAVA@DISC...] On Behalf Of Jeff Kesselman
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> To: ADVANCED-JAVA@DISC... > Subject: Re: [ADVANCED-JAVA] java serialization alternative
> Ted Neward wrote:
> >> The biggest reasons why I went with Derby + Hibernate are:
> >> 1. We are resource poor and they are free.
> >> 2. Derby, being the open reincarnation of Cloudscape, has something
> >> a
> >> track record and is, therefore, a lower risk technology.
> FWIW we had performance issues with Derby in the prototype Darkstar
> stack. We eventually
> went to BerkeleyDB since we have no use for relational functionality.
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