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Hibernate TO Spring, or Spring TO Hibernate?

 
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Hard to tell from TOC what emphasis is. I have been using Hibernate in Eclipse for RCP development for several years and have been thinking about Spring for the past 6 to 8 months. Does this book cover the transition into Spring, or is it primarily an introduction to Hibernate for experienced Spring developers?

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This book is perfect for Hibernate developers, or Hibernate beginners, who are interested in using Hibernate with Spring. So, to read the book and learn both frameworks, no experience, neither on Spring nor on Hibernate, is needed.

Spring Persistence with Hibernate
 
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