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Spring Persistence with Hibernate book required or assumes any hibernate or ORM knowledge?

 
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Dear Ahmed,

I never used any ORM framework, although I know ORM concepts.
And we use Spring for every possibility where it can be used. (Spring core, jdbc, mvc, remote etc)

I am planning to learn "JPA/Hibernate" and also "JPA/Hibernate with Spring"
So, does Spring Persistence with Hibernate book required or assumes hibernate knowledge ? or it also contains Basics of Hibernate and How to.. Hibernate?

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Yes it gives you a pretty good and quick tour of Hibernate
 
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The book teaches you Hibernate (both Hibernate native API and JPA) from basic, even if you have not already used any other ORM framework.
Spring Persistence with Hibernate
 
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I just referred to it and I found it teaches you Hibernate very well and as the author says you do not need other resources.
 
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What about Spring, how well this book teaches Spring?
 
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