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Kohana's ORM is based on query builder, so it only supports a subset of query builder features.
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The next section describes basic database put and get operations.
In order for SORM to generate a correct database schema and to know how to work with your model generally, you need to register all entities of your model with it.
The only reasonable arguments here for using ORM instead of query builder would be: 1) readability concern (executing task on ORM layer instead of lower, query builder layer), 2) custom business logic enclosed within model (eg.
A basic understanding of database access is useful when describing database storage of more complex data such as is supported by the bind APIs.
Basic bind API usage is then described in Using the BIND APIs.
It will also manage a pool of 12 connections, allowing you to utilize as many to connect to your db parallelly.
As you already know SORM works with data models designed with case classes, which are also called entities.