Manuel Lemos - 2008-10-10 01:05:26 - In reply to message 1 from Jeroen Sen
That is what the article mentioned. When you depart from the database to model your persistent objects, ActiveRecord pattern is sufficient for simple cases of an object that maps to a single table. For cases with relationships it becomes complicated.
In the case of Metastorage, it generates persistent objects classes code that handles relationships very well and the developer does not have to handle with details such as intermediate tables, like in the case of many-to-many relatioships.