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Hi Everyone,

I would like to have some recommendations for books with the detailed information on Hibernate and JPA.
I prefer to have books with content included for latest versions of framework.

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My go-to book isn't very recent. It's the aPress Pro JPA 2 book. It has been helpful for even the most complex of projects using things like the query builder, native queries, all sorts of joins and fetches and so forth. It covers the fundamentals very well and as far as I know, nothing radical enough has happened to JPA since it came out that I actually require something newer. Excepting of course, the product-specific on-line manuals at places like hibernate.org. Those are frequently more up-to-date than anything you can buy from a bookseller.
 
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Tim Holloway wrote:My go-to book isn't very recent. It's the aPress Pro JPA 2 book. It has been helpful for even the most complex of projects using things like the query builder, native queries, all sorts of joins and fetches and so forth. It covers the fundamentals very well and as far as I know, nothing radical enough has happened to JPA since it came out that I actually require something newer. Excepting of course, the product-specific on-line manuals at places like hibernate.org. Those are frequently more up-to-date than anything you can buy from a bookseller.



Thanks for your input Tim, I will definitely take a look at the book.
 
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Apress JPA Pro 2nd edition is worth to read. I read this book to pass my JPA certification exam.
But this book talks about JPA in general , not specific to Hibernate.
 
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