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Spring Persistence with Hibernate: Annotations?

 
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Howdy,

Just wondering how deeply annotation-based mapping is covered, and if it covers the same mappings detailed via XML configuration.

(It's great you've done previous books in Farsi--what a great resource that must be; we don't hear much about Java/etc. development in the Arabic/Aryan/etc. world over here, which is a shame.)
 
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Hello,

The book investigates both XML and Annotation approach. But the main focus is on XML. For each example on Hibernate, both approaches are explained.

Spring Persistence with Hibernate
 
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