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New to Hibernate

 
vinoth subramaniam
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Hi all,

I am new to hibernate and i am very interested to learn it.

I have to work in hibernate (Database : sql server). i already searched in the previous posts, but i can't able to get the information.

So Please Suggest any good tutorials or any sites to learn from the scratch.

Thanks for your time. Cheers.
 
Mark Em
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Hi,

I think the best starting point will be the Hibernate site itself, you'll find quite good tutorial there.

Hibernate webpage
 
Vijay Gadde
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One other best thing to suggest, I had referred this website for quite many of my day today Hibernate and HSQL queries
<a hreaf="http://www.roseindia.net/hibernate/index.shtml">Hibernate Complete Tutorial</a>
Its a very good site for Hibernate tutorial.
Cheers, Vijay Gadde
 
Vijay Gadde
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One other best thing to suggest, I had referred this website for quite many of my day today Hibernate and HSQL queries
<HTML><BODY>
<a hreaf="http://www.roseindia.net/hibernate/index.shtml">Hibernate Complete Tutorial</a>
</BODY></HTML>
Its a very good site for Hibernate tutorial.
Cheers, Vijay Gadde
 
Paul Sturrock
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Hmm. I'd be a little wary of that tutorial. It appears a bit out of date (they are using version 3.0). Plus it seems to miss some pretty important topics (no mention of transactions for example) and seems to make some pretty sweeping generalisation without backing them up.

I'd reccommend the documentation itself. That and the FAQs cover most of what you'll need to get going. You might also consider some of the books you'll find recommended in this forum - have a search.
 
Darvesh Niz
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http://www.makemyinfo.com/Tutorial.do?action=getTutorial&tutId=T0005.jsp

This is good one but it uses old hbm.xml files, not annotations
 
peter tong
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for a beginner, the documentation in hibernate website just make you give it up!!
the first chapter already said something maven, ant....., also, it cover too many many thing which a beginner need to learn!!

roseindia is simple, but the source they provided has many bug!!

so I also feel very difficult to learn hibernate.
 
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