Every time I'm forced (for client projects) to use hibernate,
I find myself wondering how in the /world/ it /ever/ became
the dominant player in the ORM world.
Hehe, me too.
Jokes aside, Joe Baldwin has a point. I had to follow the leader myself, since I wasn't allocated the time to do proper research on ORMs, and even if I had, I hadn't known enough about ORMs to investigate in the right directions.

Anyway. The statement that "having lazy fetching is a specific advantage of Cayenne" is still wrong, most if not all ORMs have that.
You guys arguing that Cayenne does it better than Hibernate just proves the point that Hibernate does, in fact, have lazy loading of relationships :-)

(Not that I'd disagree that not having Sessions is a Good Thing. Detached Sessions suck, greatly.)

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