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#1
[Originally posted by rstinejr]

Table 7.1, "Choosing between CMP and BMP", leaves out the most egregious
limitation of CMP: you cannot use CMP if your object spans multiple tables.
CMR might take some of the sting out of this, but it still leaves your objects
tightly coupled to the underlying database schema.
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#2
Re: CMP vs. BMP, p. 226
[Originally posted by crazybob]

> Table 7.1, "Choosing between CMP and BMP", leaves out the most egregious
> limitation of CMP: you cannot use CMP if your object spans multiple tables.
> CMR might take some of the sting out of this, but it still leaves your objects
> tightly coupled to the underlying database schema.

Actually, the spec. does not specify this. Some containers do support it.
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#3
Re: CMP vs. BMP, p. 226
[Originally posted by batate]

Thanks for your comments. It is fairly limiting, especially if you don't
control the data model.