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Which Hibernate Version is Being Used in the Book?

 
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Hello Srivinas.

I was just wondering what version of Hibernate this deals with? Is it the JPA 2.0 compliant Hibernate 3.5, or is it an earlier version like 3.2.5?

 
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Great minds think alike - I was about to post the same question when I noticed yours. (That, and I think it looks on Apress' site that the cover says 3.5, though the one on Amazon doesn't have a version on it.) I'd be interested to know if it's the latest version, given the date of publication.
 
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Hello Guys,

We started writing the book in Sep/Oct2009, so Hibernate 3.3.2 was the latest stable release at that time.

So we have implementations for 3.3.2.GA.

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Srinivas Guruzu
 
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Given that it's based on 3.3, then - is there anything in the book that is potentially made out-of-date by the fact that the current GA release is 3.5?
 
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Though, despite this... Amazon is now showing a picture of the cover that clearly says 'Includes Hibernate 3.5'... weird.
 
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