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hi,

I need good and simple document to study spring and hibernate please send me the link




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Here is the link

http://static.springsource.org/spring/docs/3.0.x/spring-framework-reference/html/

Specific to hibernate, section 13.3

But being new to spring, its a really good idea to read over, at least to glance to become aware of something, so that later on when you know you need something that does a what ever feature, you will remember having seeing it somewhere.

I have been using Spring for about five years now, and I still frequently enjoy (along with a big cup of hot chocolate and marshmellows), a good re-re-reading of the manual. I prefer the HTML all on one page, or PDF I guess, so as to load it into the browser and read it on the bus (or where ever there might not be a network connection). Every time I read it I pick up a concept (new to me), or discover something that already exists that is better way to do it than I would have.
 
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