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Srinivas,

I have been using Hibernate for the past 3 or 4 years and I have used both annotation approach as well as XML configuration. I have used NetBeans reverse engineering techniques for getting the domain objects. Do you think this book still helps for people like me or this is only for beginners?

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Sarma
 
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Hi Sarma,

Yes, this book covers topics like Inheritance Mapping, Caching, transaction and concurrency management among many others.
I believe, it will help you. Also you may want to have a book that presents in a problem-solution approach saving you a lot of time.

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Srinivas
 
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srinivas guruzu wrote:Yes, this book covers topics like Inheritance Mapping



Hi Srinivas,

In Inheritance mapping, do your book emphasize on polymorphic associations, verbose query statements and performance capabilities.

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Hi Anil,

Yes, polymorphic queries are also dealt in that chapter.

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Srinivas
 
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