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How To Use Hibernate In Eclipse

 
Thangaraj Selvamani
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Hai
I Have Been Assigned To New Project In Ma Company...... New To Hibernate And Eclipse. Can Any One Give Some Steps Or Links. How To Add Hibernate To Eclipse.And How To Develop Some Simple Application.Please Help Me.

I am Having Eclipse. : eclipse-jee-galileo-SR1-win32.
Hibernet : HibernateTools-3.2.4.GA-R200905070146-H18, hibernate-distribution-3.5.0-Beta-4-dist

Thanks in advance.
 
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The Hibernate documentation, as well as hundreds of examples on the web, and several books, provide a wealth of examples. Adding it to Eclipse is a matter of adding the required libraries to your project.
 
Himanshu Gupta
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Thangaraj Raj wrote:Hai
I Have Been Assigned To New Project In Ma Company...... New To Hibernate And Eclipse. Can Any One Give Some Steps Or Links. How To Add Hibernate To Eclipse.And How To Develop Some Simple Application.Please Help Me.

I am Having Eclipse. : eclipse-jee-galileo-SR1-win32.
Hibernet : HibernateTools-3.2.4.GA-R200905070146-H18, hibernate-distribution-3.5.0-Beta-4-dist

Thanks in advance.


You got everything to give a try. If you need what hibernate does then you can make your project run..
Give this link a try.
 
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Here's a little tutorial, and some really easy examples to follow, that will help you learn Hibernate:

Setting up and Learning Hibernate

These tutorials just use the JDK and notepad, so you really learn the fundamentals. To use eclipse, it's as simple as creating a Java Program and adding the required jars, as documented in the tutorial, to the runtime and design-time classpaths.

Good luck!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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