Originally posted by Ko Ko Naing:
Thanks for the link to your review....
It seems the book's rating is pretty good and people out here may find the review helpful for them as well...
Is that the first book in developer's notebook series of O'Rielly? Or any other books before that?
Originally posted by Gian Franco Casula:
I've come across the title 'Hibernate: a developers notebook'.
Of what I heard this must be a useful introduction to the
subject, actually if I'm not mistaken the bookporch has a
review for it.
and, Manning's C. Bauer & G. King book
Gian Franco Casula
Originally posted by Ali Pope:
I think a 1-1 relation is somehow (at least theoretically) different than a composition. This differentiation can be found also in UML.
You must decide which is the lifecycle of both your entities and this will help you determine how to better persist them.
Originally posted by Vinicius Boson:
Thx Gavin King,
One more doubt.
Assume that I have an one-to-one relationship, like client <-> address
If i project only fields from the table client, will hibernate make a join with address even the fields that i�m projecting is only in the table client ?
Originally posted by Dominique Ramoney:
So it appears that since the trim suggestion didn't work, there is no way to represent a string such as "firstname lastname" as an integer?
Oh well, back to the drawing board.
Originally posted by David Hibbs:
Why should Struts try to do something different from what the Servlet Engine or J2EE spec do?