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Getting Started With Hibernate

This Hibernate tutorial is part of the “Hibernate Introduction” series.  This will help to setup a simple Java project that uses Hibernate ORM and a database to demonstrate insertion of a record. Consider it as a “Hello World” program for Hibernate. Following are the steps, Setup the Hibernate development environment by referring this previous tutorial. […]
Published to Hibernate Tutorial on 08/10/2014.

Hibernate Configuration And SessionFactory Instantiation

This Hiberate tutorial is part of the Hiberate introduction series. We will see how to configure the Hiberate options and instantiate SessionFactory. Hibernate provides different options to create a SessionFactory instance; SessionFactory is used for creating multiple lightweight instances of Session object, which in turn enables database operations. We need not worry about the performance […]
Published to Hibernate Tutorial on 08/10/2014.

Hibernate Development Environment with Eclipse and Maven

This tutorial is part of the Hibernate introduction series. This is to help setup and getting started with Hibernate. Needless to say, we need JDK. Our choice of IDE is Eclipse, build tool is Maven. You can do with Netbeans or any other editor. ANT or any other build tool is also fine. Tools used […]
Published to Hibernate Tutorial on 08/10/2014.

Managed Versus Non-Managed Environments

This Hibernate tutorial is to understand the difference between having a managed vs non-management environments. Configuring Hibernate requires us to determine the type of environment that Hibernate is going to function. Managed and Non-managed are two different types of environments where Hibernate will fit in the architecture comfortably. Both these environments have their own advantage […]
Published to Hibernate Tutorial on 24/09/2014.

Hibernate Architecture

This Hibernate tutorial is to go through the Hibernate architecture to know about the components involved. It is important to understand the Hibernate architecture and know the main components. It will certainly help when we deal with different type of Java applications. Hibernate Simplistic View Lite architecture shown below depicts all parts used when the […]
Published to Hibernate Tutorial on 24/09/2014.

Hibernate Advantages

In this Hibernate tutorial page, we will see about the advantage of using the Hibernate as the Object Relational Mapping (ORM) layer in a Java application. We will start with the advantages of ORM and then move to the Hibernate advantages. Advantages of Object Relational Mapping As mentioned earlier, Object Relational Mapping is solution mainly […]
Published to Hibernate Tutorial on 24/09/2014.

Hibernate Introduction

Hibernate is the most popular Object Relational Mapping (ORM) library available for Java. Hibernate is used to map and manage the application domain object model in sync with the underlying relation model. It is provided by JBoss and it is one of the oldest ORM implementation available for Java. Using an Object Relational Mapping library […]
Published to Hibernate Tutorial on 24/09/2014.