- Full Description
Hibernate continues to be the most popular out-of-the-box framework solution for Java Persistence and data/database accessibility techniques and patterns. It is used for e-commercebased web applications as well as heavy-duty transactional systems for the enterprise.
Gary Mak, the author of the best-selling Spring Recipes, now brings you Hibernate Recipes. This book contains a collection of code recipes and templates for learning and building Hibernate solutions for you and your clients.
This book is your pragmatic day-to-day reference and guide for doing all things involving Hibernate. There are many books focused on learning Hibernate, but this book takes you further and shows how you can apply it practically in your daily work.
What youll learn
- The basics of object-relational mapping and how Hibernate is best suited for it
- How to do various mappings, including one-to-one mapping, many-to-one mapping, collection mapping, component mapping, and inheritance mapping
- How to use Hibernate Query Language (HQL)
- How to perform batch processing and use native SQL, criteria queries, caching objects, and more
- How to enable Hibernate in web applications with e-commerce
- How to use Hibernate for heavy-duty enterprise transactionbased systems
Who this book is for
This book is for experienced Java developers looking to use Hibernate, but is also appropriate for Java developers new to Hibernate.
- Table of Contents
Table of Contents
- Starting with Hibernate
- Basic Mapping and Object Identity
- Component Mapping
- Inheritance and Custom Mapping
- Many-to-One and One-to-One Mapping
- Collection Mapping
- Many-Valued Associations
- HQL and JPA Query Language
- Querying with Criteria and Example
- Working with Objects
- Batch Processing and Native SQL
- Cashing in Hibernate
- Transactions and Concurrency
- Web Applications
- Source Code/Downloads
If you think that you've found an error in this book, please let us know by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org . You will find any confirmed erratum below, so you can check if your concern has already been addressed.On page figure 10-3:Arrows and methods (used a arrows labels) do not match. 'Persistent' to 'Detached' arrow should be labeled evict(), close(), clean(). 'Detached' to Persistent' arrow should be labeled update(), saveOrUpdate(), merge().
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