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By DA_Competence
Published: Jul 19 2013 / 08:27

The recent technological leap we can observe doesn’t look extraordinary to us. It began about 50 years ago, and each decade the speed increases. We have become used to complex technologies, compound gears, and multi-step solutions. Nevertheless, one of the drivers of progress is the simplification of existing processes, because it leads to one of the major business benefits – costs reduction.
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MCII replied ago:

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Hibernate, HQL? Why would you use proprietary non-standard Libraries instead of JPA/JPQL?

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DA_Competence replied ago:

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Well, basically HQL and JPQL are (almost) the same. Yes, there are some small differences, but in context of this article they are minor and do not make any sense. Historically JPA is a junior brother of Hibernate. For instance, Hibernate team was heavily involved into JPA standard development. And Hibernate is one of implementations of JPA. So the question sounds like: "Why did you use proprietary non-standard Tomcat instead of using standard Servlet/JSP container?"

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