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Learning Hibernate

 
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Hello Ranchers,

I am new to Hibernate technologies.Want to know to start with this technology from where should i start?
 
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I started with Hibernate in Action book. I think this is best
 
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I prefer this URL

Thanks,VIJAY
 
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Hibernate Reference Documentation is quite helpful.
Hibernate Made Easy: Simplified Data Persistence with Hibernate and JPA is a good book, and in the latest.
 
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Also, work on some tutorials.
 
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The new version of Hibernate in Action, Java Persistence With Hibernate.
 
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