Hibernate and Java objects
- From: "Bruintje Beer" <me@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2006 18:41:49 +0200
Who as experience with hibernate (Relational Persistence for Java). What are
the advantages and what are the pittfalls.
- Re: Doing JDBC code in a less unwieldy way?
... The manangement has the impression that hibernate makes ... I recommend sticking with the JPA API with the selected ORM, ... full-blown Java EE app server setup. ... examples abound, that declares your entity classes, ...
- Re: Does the DataSet have a future?
... I believe Java will not be able to catch .NET. ... >>I have recently finished reading 'Hibernate In Action' by Christian Bauer ... >> Is a true ORM solution superior to the DataSet, ...
- Re: O/R Hell
... and I don't need to worry about the back-end database changing - it ... Seems far easier than Hibernate. ... for the job i.e. writing stored procedures using the DB vendor's tools ... Java doesn't seem to be getting that much easier. ...
- searching for yoda - a developers tale
... I've been a Java developer for a great long while, ... I'm made aware of eclipse ... come to like Hibernate. ... one can make Java generate the mapping file if one uses XDoclet ...
- Re: Java Hibernate
... started with Java Hibernate and don't know the direction. ... JDBC connection is to MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, Derby (a.k.a. Java ...