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Hibernate is a framework for Java technology, which is used to develop persistence layer of a Java based application.

Hibernate

Hibernate is a framework for Java technology, which is used to develop persistence layer of a Java based application. It is Object Relational Mapping (ORM) tool for mapping the relational object to the relational database. Hibernate is Java library which is used to develop the data access layer in Java based applications. It's very flexible and easier to use.

Hibernate  makes the development of dynamic web application much easier. You can develop easily write code for saving, updating, deleting and selecting the objects from database.

Hibernate is Java library which is released under the GNU Lesser General Public License. You can download the latest version of Hibernate framework from Hibernate Official website.

The latest version of Hibernate is Hibernate 4. You can read Hibernate 4 tutorial from our website and learn fast. We have tried to provide many articles, examples and code at our Hibernate 4 tutorial section.

If you are planning to make a career in Java programming language then you should learn Hibernate 4. These days most of the Java based application is using Hibernate to access the relational databases.

Hibernate Architecture Components:

  1. Connection Management
  2. Transaction management
  3. Object relational mapping

Read more at Hibernate Architecture page.

What to learn in Hibernate?

  1. Beginner example of Hibernate
  2. Hibernate CRUD operation
  3. HQL
  4. Native Query
  5. Hibernate Transactions
  6. Hibernate Caching

Learn more at Hibernate 4 tutorials page.

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Posted on: March 1, 2012

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