Tag Archives: hibernate

Hibernate Session Management

There is some controversy about this topic and Hibernate reference documentation does not provide clear examples of best practices how-to’s. I have been researching on it for the last days and the result will be available within the next few weeks in one of the books I’m about to publish with Ra-Ma Editorial (based on [...]

Spring Framework Certification

This week I’m finishing teaching a course for Software Specialist  Developer on J2EE enterprise environments but shortly I hope to start another course based on a huge range of different web technologies. Notice that many of the contents presented during that term are related to the Spring Framework (SpringMVC) and Hibernate, so this would be [...]

Reverse engineering to extract POJOs and XML mapping files

If you are used to work with Hibernate you probably hate the tedious task of managing the multiple XML files and POJOs your project contains. In that case I have great news for you. Jboss tools (http://tools.jboss.org/downloads/jbosstools/luna/) has a plugin which makes easy to create them automatically from the database. You only have to follow [...]

Interceptors in Hibernate

We all know ORMs and why they were developed but apart from mapping relational data to objects and all its possible relations between them they offer some other features aside. One of the most full-featured ORMs in the market is Hibernate, which is the most successful in the Java platform y has been ported to [...]

What’s about to come up…

There was such a long time since I haven’t updated my blog. The reason is that I’ve been really busy with other projects. However, pretty soon I am starting to teach a very interesting course based on developing websites on the J2EE platform using the Framework SpringMVC 4, Maven 2 and Hibernate 4.x , trying [...]