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Re: NHibernate and MariaDB
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> discuss-bounces+wlad=montyprogram.com@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
> Of Jake Drew
> Sent: Montag, 4. April 2011 21:52
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> Subject: [Maria-discuss] NHibernate and MariaDB
> I have recently been converting 3 SQL Server Databases to MariaDB for
> a website our company is repackaging. One of the developers is
> requesting that during our updates we implement HHibernate as an ORM
> tool for each database.
> I am not familiar with NHibernate. I am also wondering, if anyone has
> used this technology with MariaDB or otherwise? If so, what are the
> performance implications and/or benefits within the context of MariaDB?
Not familiar with NHibernate either. From what I read, it uses
Connector/NET , so that should work with MariaDB as well. if it turns out
not to work, I can debug this Connector - I happen to know its codebase
pretty well - worked on it in the past.
The performance implications/benefits are not known until benchmarked for
your specific application. MariaDB might be better than MySQL due to
enhanced optimizer, if this ORMs constructs complicated queries (many ORMs
do) . Alas, the main point of ORM systems is not performance, rather
ease of use for the programmer.