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Hi Ahmad,

Does your book cover

(1) Common pitfalls (or good practices) of integrating Spring and Hibernate
(2) Performance related tips on both Spring and Hibernate
(3) Integration with Web application (Web Tier)
(4) Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP)
(5) The Middle Tier - Asynchronous JMS
(6) Spring Web Service
(7) JMX
(8) Spring Batch
(9) Portlets

Thanks.
 
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As I said earlier, the book is about Spring Persistence with Hibernate the TOC should answer most of your questions : http://www.packtpub.com/article/spring-persistence-with-hibernate-table-of-contents
 
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