Java Persistence With Hibernate by Christian Bauer, Gavin King
In this revised edition of Manning’s bestselling Hibernate in Action, authors Christian Bauer and Gavin King — the founder of the Hibernate project — cover Hibernate 3.2 in detail along with the EJB 3.0 and Java Persistence 1.0 standards. The book ends with detailed coverage of JBoss Seam, a revolutionary web application framework for Java EE that builds on EJB 3.0, JavaServer Faces, and Hibernate concepts.
Spring Persistence with Hibernate by Paul Tepper Fisher, Brian D. Murphy
This book is ideal for developers interested in learning more about persistence framework options on the Java platform, as well as fundamental Spring concepts. Because the book covers several persistence frameworks, it is suitable for anyone interested in learning more about Spring or any of the frameworks covered. Lastly, this book covers advanced topics related to persistence architecture and design patterns, and is ideal for beginning developers looking to learn more in these areas.
Hibernate Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach by Srinivas Guruzu, Gary Mak
This book is for experienced Java developers looking to use Hibernate, but is also appropriate for Java developers new to Hibernate.
Hibernate: A Developer’s Notebook by James Elliott
Hibernate: A Developer’s Notebook walks you through the ins and outs of using Hibernate, from installation and configuration, to complex associations and composite types. Two chapters explore ways to write sophisticated queries, which you can express either through a pure Java API, or with an SQL-inspired, but object-oriented, query language. Don’t let that intimidate you though: one of the biggest surprises in working with Hibernate is that for many of the common real-world application scenarios, you don’t need an explicit query at all.
Beginning Hibernate by Jeff Linwood, Dave Minter
Beginning Hibernate, Second Edition is ideal if you’re experienced in Java with databases but new to open source, lightweight Hibernate-the de facto object-relational mapping and database-oriented application development framework.
Professional Hibernate by Eric Puch, Joseph D. Gradecki
This book is written for professional Java developers who already understand how to build server-side Java applications. The book assumes no previous experience with Hibernate, though readers should have a general familiarity with databases and Web development.
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