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Beginning Hibernate

For Hibernate 5

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxii
  2. Joseph B. Ottinger, Jeff Linwood, Dave Minter
    Pages 1-7
  3. Joseph B. Ottinger, Jeff Linwood, Dave Minter
    Pages 9-18
  4. Joseph B. Ottinger, Jeff Linwood, Dave Minter
    Pages 19-40
  5. Joseph B. Ottinger, Jeff Linwood, Dave Minter
    Pages 41-66
  6. Joseph B. Ottinger, Jeff Linwood, Dave Minter
    Pages 67-78
  7. Joseph B. Ottinger, Jeff Linwood, Dave Minter
    Pages 79-113
  8. Joseph B. Ottinger, Jeff Linwood, Dave Minter
    Pages 115-133
  9. Joseph B. Ottinger, Jeff Linwood, Dave Minter
    Pages 135-146
  10. Joseph B. Ottinger, Jeff Linwood, Dave Minter
    Pages 147-163
  11. Joseph B. Ottinger, Jeff Linwood, Dave Minter
    Pages 165-180
  12. Joseph B. Ottinger, Jeff Linwood, Dave Minter
    Pages 181-189
  13. Joseph B. Ottinger, Jeff Linwood, Dave Minter
    Pages 191-207
  14. Joseph B. Ottinger, Jeff Linwood, Dave Minter
    Pages 209-217
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 219-223

About this book

Introduction

Get started with the Hibernate 5 persistence layer and gain a clear introduction to the current standard for object-relational persistence in Java. This updated edition includes the new Hibernate 5.0 framework as well as coverage of NoSQL, MongoDB, and other related technologies, ranging from applications to big data. Beginning Hibernate is ideal if you’re experienced in Java with databases (the traditional, or connected, approach), but new to open-source, lightweight Hibernate.

The book keeps its focus on Hibernate without wasting time on nonessential third-party tools, so you’ll be able to immediately start building transaction-based engines and applications. Experienced authors Joseph Ottinger with Dave Minter and Jeff Linwood provide more in-depth examples than any other book for Hibernate beginners. They present their material in a lively, example-based manner—not a dry, theoretical, hard-to-read fashion.

What You'll Learn

  • Build enterprise Java-based transaction-type applications that access complex data with Hibernate
  • Work with Hibernate 5 using a present-day build process
  • Use Java 8 features with Hibernate
  • Integrate into the persistence life cycle
  • Map using Java’s annotations
  • Search and query with the new version of Hibernate
  • Integrate with MongoDB using NoSQL
  • Keep track of versioned data with Hibernate Envers
  • Who This Book Is For

    Experienced Java developers interested in learning how to use and apply object-relational persistence in Java and who are new to the Hibernate persistence framework.

    Keywords

    hibernate orm object relational database management HSQL java open source persistence

    Authors and affiliations

    1. 1.YoungsvilleUSA
    2. 2.AustinUSA
    3. 3.LondonUnited Kingdom

    About the authors

    Dave Minter has adored computers since he was small enough to play in the boxes they came in. He built his first PC from discarded, faulty, and obsolete components, and considers that to be the foundation of his career as an integration consultant. Dave is based in London, where he helps large and small companies build systems that "just work." He co-authored Building Portals with the Java Portlet API and Pro Hibernate 3.

    Joseph Ottinger is an expert software developer, coder and programmer. He has also served as technology evangelist GigaSpaces and a principle engineer at Red Hat. He was Editor in Chief of TheServerSide-dot-com. He is the author of Hibernate Recipes and Beginning Hibernate for Apress and has authored other books as well as articles.

    Jeff Linwood has been involved in software programming since he had a 286 in high school. He got caught up with the Internet when he got access to a UNIX shell account, and it has been downhill ever since. Jeff has published articles on several Jakarta Apache open source projects in Dr. Dobb's Journal, CNET's Builder.com, and JavaWorld. Jeff has a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. He currently works for the Gossamer Group in Austin, Texas, on content management and web application syndication systems. He gets to play with all the latest open source projects there. Jeff also co-authored Professional Struts Applications, Building Portals with the Java Portlet API, and Pro Hibernate 3. He was a technical reviewer for Enterprise Java Development on a Budget and Extreme Programming with Ant.

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