[Seaside] Re: Which persistence solution to use?
Udo.Schneider at homeaddress.de
Mon May 14 07:53:39 UTC 2007
> I am a definite smalltalk newby, but have you looked at GOODS?
I took a look at GOODS quite a while ago on VWNC. It looked quite
impressive but also quite hard to learn (the meta model) and to maintain
(Maybe this changed meanwhile). My main reason for not looking into any
ORM is the fact that the application I'm working on neither depends on
existing relational data nor will be in the future. So using an OODBMS
simply "feels" better (just personal preference). However I consider
GOODS definitely an option where access to existing relational data is
needed or might be needed later on.
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