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Learning Hibernate

 
Sandeep Awasthi
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Hi All,

I know Struts, EJB. But I dont know Hibernate. I want to start learning Hibernate. But I can not afford to give lot of time for it.

Please advice me which is a best book to get started.


Regards

Rajesh
 
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To get started, I'd just recommend the documentation. If you wan't to learn about more advanced mappings "Hibernate In Action" is worth a read.
 
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A new edition is available : "Java Persistence With Hibernate".
 
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Originally posted by John Todd:
A new edition is available : "Java Persistence With Hibernate".


And really covers everything about Hibernate very well, no stone unturned.

Mark
 
Nathan Hook
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I liked "Hibernate: A Developer's Notebook".

Very quick read, but didn't delve very deep into the inner workings of hibernate.
 
Sandeep Awasthi
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Big thanks alot to all of you.
 
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