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A. Pagaltzis pagaltzis at gmx.de
Thu Sep 13 09:31:45 GMT 2007

Hi all,

so this just rolled by in my feed reader:

* Assaf Arkin <http://blog.labnotes.org/2007/09/12/rounded-corners-147-dont-let-your-users-run-wild-on-the-web/>:
> The one thing I don’t like about ORM is they hide bad SQL
> better than politicians hide money. In theory they could get it
> right, or they do more often then you, and everything is
> resolved by looking at the query log and hand patching slow
> queries. In practice, we have little empirical evidence in
> support of this theory. Anyway, Gabe da Silveira unearths an
> issue involving ActiveRecord eager loading and limits[1],
> something I’ve seen before but didn’t understand as well, and
> proposes a solution.
> [1]: http://darwinweb.net/article/Optimizing_And_Simplifying_Limited_Eager_Loading_In_Activerecord

Yeah uhm, ORMs hide bad SQL very well and we have little
empirical evidence about hand-patching slow queries. Right?



With bemusement,
Aristotle Pagaltzis // <http://plasmasturm.org/>

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