Complete Hibernate 4.0 Tutorial

This section contains the Complete Hibernate 4.0 Tutorial.

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This section contains the Complete Hibernate 4.0 Tutorial.

Complete Hibernate 4.0 Tutorial

Hibernate is a Object-relational mapping (ORM) tool for Java. It was initiated by Gavin King in 2001. ORM methodology is used to map classes to tables,  class  instances is mapped to rows and attributes are mapped to table columns. It also map data types of Java to SQL data types.

Hibernate is a persistence framework which used to store and fetch data from Java environment to database table. Persistence is a storing  process of data to permanent storing medium like SQL database and fetching back to any time which may be after ending the process which stores data to this table.

Hibernate 4 was released in December 2011. The newly added features are : support for initial multi-tenancy, ServiceRegistry Introduction, SessionFactory session clean up, Improvement in Integration through org.hibernate.integrator.spi.Integrator and auto discovery, Improvement in logging due to i18n support and message codes, more clear separation between API, SPI and implementation classes, deprecated functions, classes clean up.

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Hibernate 4 Annotations Tutorial

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Comments:5
orlandosso
September 19, 2012
Excellent post

Excellent post helped a lot. Congratulations
Ievgen
October 22, 2012
How can I download complete tutorial?

Hi. Is there any way do download this complete tutorial with all topics as .html, pdf or djvyu or .zip archive to read in offline mode?
df
November 16, 2012
deployment link

tell me how to deploy hibernate in eclipse
Jason
April 2, 2013
Useless

How is it that you have a Hibernate 4.0 tutorial and it only tells me how to import hibernate. Anyone with google and 3 extra minutes or any idea of what they want and a basic knowledge of java could download and put Hibernate where it needs to go. Why don't you put something useful on here?
simmant
February 2, 2014
nice tut

very nice sir

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