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Mcgill Smith
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Hi

I have a few questions about your book.

1)Are tools like schemaExport,Herbern8IDE discussed in the book?

2)Does the book have a sample application?
3)which database is used?
4)Are the new features in Hibernate 3 like Dynamic classes,filters etc discussed?


Thanks in advance.


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Mcgill
Nick Heudecker
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1)Are tools like schemaExport,Herbern8IDE discussed in the book?

SchemaExport is, but Hibern8IDE is only touched on because it's been replaced with Hibernate 3.

2)Does the book have a sample application?

We build on one application throughout the book: a simple events management app.

3)which database is used?

MySQL is used, but the application should work with any database supported by Hibernate once it's reconfigured.

4)Are the new features in Hibernate 3 like Dynamic classes,filters etc discussed?

Yes, chapter 11.


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Mcgill Smith
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Thanks Nick



Another question

How deep HQL is covered in the book?and are unit tests using DBUnit (with hibernate)discussed?
[ August 24, 2005: Message edited by: Mcgill Smith ]
 
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