Treimin Clark

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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:My best suggestion is to bump this thread in three months when things have calmed down so we can reconsider it.



Here I bumped, after 3 months
10 years ago
Hmmm, someone turned this thread in to the Object Relational Mapping forum.

"A woman can not buy a hat without the husband's permission",



Isn't this so bad?
10 years ago
I got surprised, when I see these rules. Are they really true, or is it a fake web page?

Some rules like...

"You may not have an ice cream cone in your back pocket at any time.",
"It is illegal to eat an orange in your bath tub",
"Bathing is prohibited during the winter.",
"It is illegal to transport an ice cream cone in your pocket.",
"A woman can not buy a hat without the husband's permission",
"Wilfully destroying your old radio is prohibited.",
"Women are prohibited from wearing patent leather shoes in public.",
"It is illegal for women to wear footwear of any kind with an open toe.",
"Females are forbidden from doing their own hair without being licensed by the state",
"If there are more than 5 Native Americans on your property you may shoot them",

make me confused.
10 years ago

fujisan sakura wrote:Congratulations!!!



Thanks Fujisan.
10 years ago
Mmmm, I think the knowledge on JPA is sufficient to follow Hibernate JPA. After the Tim's suggestion, I moved to Hibernate EntityManager library (JPA). There are no high differences between JPA, and EJB JPA, am I right?
Thanks Tim,

But in many Hibernate books they used the Session based techniques, I didn't see any book which uses the Hibernate EntityManager. This makes me confused. Personally both you and me like to use Hibernate EntityManager library, but what about the industry, what do they really expect?

Krishna Srinivasan wrote:congrats!!



Thanks Krishna
10 years ago
I have some experiences on JPA (Java Persistence API) and it's EntityManager on J2EE. Now I'm working on a Hibernate application (J2SE) and I'm going to use Hibernate EntityManager library on it. Because it is easy for me, because of my Experiences on JPA.

But I would like to know that how often is this Hibernate EntityManager library is in use in industrial level. What is the best? Using hibernate Session/SessionFactory methods, or Hibernate EntityManager library?

PS- For me, it is little bit hard to memorize methods in JPA and Hibernate together.

Ankit Garg wrote:



Hay Ankit, class A must be public here.

Kaladhar Ak wrote:Hi Ruben and Ankit,

Thanks for reply. But in the question, doThis() is referenced outside the superclass package with superclass reference (from to one of the correct answers). Isn't it wrong?

Regards
Kaladhar



You can't call it with a ClasA reference. You must have a ClasB reference. As you said, correct answers are ClasB ca = new ClasB(); and ClasB ca = new ClasB(){protected void doThis(){}};
Anyway, if your voucher is expired you can do nothing.
Thanks Vasanthi,

Vasanthi hiremath wrote:Could you please tell what is full form of the notes that you have mentioned,


It is Mikalai Zaikin's notes: http://java.boot.by/scbcd5-guide/
10 years ago