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Java Persistence with Hibernate

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Java Persistence with Hibernate

Java Persistence with Hibernate

841 pages, parution le 31/12/2006

Résumé

Java Persistence with Hibernate is divided into three major parts.

In Part 1, the book introduces the object/relational paradigm mismatch and explains the fundamentals behind object/relational mapping. Then, readers are walked through a hands-on tutorial to get you started with your first Hibernate, Java Persistence, or EJB 3.0 project. You look at Java application design for domain models and at the options for creating object/relational mapping metadata.

Mapping Java classes and properties to SQL tables and columns is the focus of Part 2. You explore all basic and advanced mapping options in Hibernate and Java Persistence, with XML mapping files and Java annotations. It shows you how to deal with inheritance, collections, and complex class associations. Finally, the book discusses integration with legacy database schemas and some mapping strategies that are especially tricky.

Part 3 is all about the processing of objects and how you can load and store data with Hibernate and Java Persistence. The book introduces the programming interfaces, how to write transactional and conversation-aware applications, and how to write queries. It later focuses on the correct design and implementation of layered Java applications, and the most common design patterns that are used with Hibernate, such as the Data Access Object (DAO) and EJB Command patterns. You'll see how you can test your Hibernate application easily and what other best practices are relevant if you work an object/relational mapping software.

Finally, you are introduced to the JBoss Seam framework, which takes many Hibernate concepts to the next level and enables you to create conversational web applications with ease.

L'auteur Christian Bauer

A member of the core Hibernate developer team, Christian Bauer maintains the Hibernate documentation and website. He is a senior software engineer in Frankfurt, Germany.

L'auteur Gavin King

Gavin King is the Hibernate founder and principal developer. He is a J2EE consultant based in Melbourne, Australia.

Sommaire

  • Getting started with Hibernate and EJB 3.0
    • Understanding object/relational persistence
    • Starting a project
    • Domain models and metadata
  • Mapping concepts and strategies
    • Mapping persistent classes
    • Inheritance and custom types
    • Mapping collections and entity associations
    • Advanced entity association mappings
    • Legacy databases and custom SQL
  • Conversational object processing
    • Working with objects
    • Transactions and concurrency
    • Implementing conversations
    • Modifying objects effiently
    • Optimizing fetching and caching
    • Querying with HQL and JPA QL
    • Advanced query options
    • Creating and testing layered applications
    • Introducing JBoss Seam
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Éditeur(s) Manning Publications
Auteur(s) Christian Bauer, Gavin King
Parution 31/12/2006
Nb. de pages 841
Format 19 x 23,5
Couverture Broché
Poids 1456g
Intérieur Noir et Blanc
EAN13 9781932394887
ISBN13 978-1-932394-88-7

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