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Spring 3.0 And Hibernate annotations.

 
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Hi Ahmad,

Does the book Spring Persistence with Hibernate includes topics for Spring 3.0 and hibernate annotation ?

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hibernate Annotations of course! Spring 3.0 - I did not see as much as I have read
 
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The book investigates Spring 2.x (But compatible with Spring 3) and Hibernate annotations are discussed.
Spring Persistence with Hibernate
 
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I think Kuldeep was specifically talking about the new things in Spring 3.0 (I don't know the additions!) that can be used with Hibernate
 
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There are the new additions in Spring 3.0,

1) Java 5 Support: Require JDK 5 or above to run Spring 3.0 based applications.
2) Annotation-based configuration support
3) Supports generics, annotations and varargs
4) Supports JDK 6
5) Expression language - Spring Expression Language (SpEL)
6) Supports REST Webservices
7) Supports many features of JEE 6 such as JAP 2.0 and JSF 2.0
 
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Hi everybody,

Thanks for reply.

Actually I want to know about any new feature added for Spring-hibernate in Spring 3.0
But as Ahmad said the book is compatible for Spring 2.X.

Thanks.
 
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Hi Ahmad,

Is there any sample chapter available on net from this book ?
 
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Yes there is a sample chapter : http://www.packtpub.com/spring-persistence-with-hibernate/book
 
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Kuldeep Yadav wrote:Hi Ahmad,

Is there any sample chapter available on net from this book ?



Direct link, Chapter 7 - Hibernate Types
 
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