Published: Jan 23 2008 / 14:52
You get 99% of this post from the question in the title; the rest is just one edge case where Hibernate is not portable.
This is not one edge for Hibernate not being potable I can give you a dozen more examples if Hibernate not being portable, bulk updates are differente between different DBs when using Hibernate, different types are defined in different DBs when using Hibernate, when performing illegal HQL statements they behave differently between differenet DBs, handling of errors is different
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