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Hibernate xml file

sinasi susam
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I want to use hibernate to store and retrieve datas instead using jdbc.

I have read some about Hibernate and at the end i reached that We need xml files for mapping to tables.

This is something painful.
For every query i need an xml file.
what if the project is very huge?For example a job of 500 /1000 servlets and helper classes?

Now i need 500 xml files.Every where is going to filled up with xml files.

Any other way to configure Hibernate else?

Thanks
Jaikiran Pai
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Originally posted by sinasi susam:
I want to use hibernate to store and retrieve datas instead using jdbc.

For every query i need an xml file.



You dont need a xml file for a query. You can have a single xml file which contains mappings for your database tables with the java objects. The xml files are used for mapping the tables with the java objects.


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...and there are tools available to generate them.


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