1. advantage of JDBC over Hibernate coderanch.com
JDBC is theoretically faster (or the same) than hibernate since hibernate is always reduced to low-level JDBC calls. Even with hibernate, some advanced queries will require either direct JDBC or good stored procedures; object mapping tools really don't eliminate complex database issus, just simple ones like simple pojos/dos. [ May 09, 2007: Message edited by: Scott Selikoff ]
2. what are the advantage of Hibernate Over Jdbc? coderanch.com
3. what is the advantage of Hibernate over jdbc? forum.hibernate.org
The JavaRanch had a very interesting discussion on just this topic: http://saloon.javaranch.com/cgi-bin/ubb/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=78&t=003738 I agree that we don't always need a framework like Hibernate. And that logic applies to all things. Like, why do you need farmers when you can grow your own food? Why do you need to buy a car from a dealer when you could build one yourself? Some ...
4. advantages of jdbc over hibernate forums.oracle.com
In small projects (in the sense that the database does not have a large number of columns or a high level of complexity). Otherwise, all of that SQL in the code is just one more thing that has to be maintained, and in a manner ion which you get no help from the compiler.