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Read-only data in NHibernate

Was just browsing the NHibernate forum and read something I didn't know yet... if you have read-only data, you can declare the class as immutable:

from the NHibernate documentation:

Immutable classes, mutable="false", may not be updated or deleted by the application. This allows NHibernate to make some minor performance optimizations.

Even if it's only a minor optimization, it's still a nice feature :)

Written by Davy Brion, published on 2007-08-02 08:26:46
Categories: nhibernate

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