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Sathy thyagaraj
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can Any one give codes for executing a hibernate web application.

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Pradeep bhatt
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Please post in Hibernate forum.


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Originally posted by saj kt:
can Any one give codes for executing a hibernate web application.

thanks


Probably not because that is to broad of a question. It is not specific enough to even know what you expect to see. And, we should seperate the "Hibernate" from "Web Application" Because Hibernate is Hibernate whether it is within a web application or not. Hibernate is just a mapping between Data Tables and Java Objects, and the ability to do Queries and CRUD operations. By seperating that out with your Java Object Model, DAOs, then the front end doesn't make a difference, it just calls method on your ORM layer.

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Sathy thyagaraj
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