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Hibernate Recipes the same approach with spring recipes?

 
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Hi Srinivas,

I proudly own the Spring Recipe book and have been using it together with the Spring documentation. I should say, it jumpstart me with using the Spring framework.
Spring has a good documentation but I should say that having a companion book will really help in guiding you out of the forest.
Kudos to Mr Gary Mak for that.

Does this book follows the same approach of the Spring Recipes? Also, where can I download sample chapter? I look at the apress website but cant see any resource.
I dont know Hibernate so this would really help.

Thanks
 
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Hi Mark,

Yes, this is has the same approach as spring recipes. And about the sample chapter, I would have to come back to you.

Regards

Srinivas
 
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