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What NEW IN HIBERNATE3 ?

somkiat puisungnoen
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What NEW IN HIBERNATE3 ?

I'm still use hibernate2 ....


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Ko Ko Naing
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Pui,
You can definitely find those new features available in
The Road Map of Hibernate

Will the new features be good for your current project? How do you think about their advantages compared to the current version that you are using?


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Pradeep bhatt
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Is Hibernate 3 in beta ?


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Ko Ko Naing
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Originally posted by Pradeep Bhat:
Is Hibernate 3 in beta ?

No, Pradeep... It's still in alpha...
somkiat puisungnoen
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Originally posted by Pradeep Bhat:
Is Hibernate 3 in beta ?



Hibernate3.0 (testing) in Alpha version....

24.08.2004 - Hibernate3 ready for testing
Hibernate3 is the world's most sophisticated ORM solution. Building on Hibernate 2.1, the de facto standard ORM implementation for Java, Hibernate3 adds a wealth of new features including: "filters" for handling temporal, regional and permissioned data, support for mixing hand-written and generated SQL, new options for mapping exotic inheritance strategies and legacy data, runtime performance monitoring via JMX, and a new event-driven architecture. See the road map for more details and have a look at the Changelog.

The Hibernate3 core is 50 000 lines of open source Java code, released under the LGPL. Hibernate 3.0 alpha, which has been under development for almost a year, is now available for download. A huge thanks to everyone who made this release possible.

Note that this is an alpha-quality preview release. Please report any issues via JIRA.

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Also, stay in touch with our blog, where we discuss many new features:

http://blog.hibernate.org


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somkiat puisungnoen
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Originally posted by Gavin King:
Also, stay in touch with our blog, where we discuss many new features:

http://blog.hibernate.org


Thank you, it's good blog...
 
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