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Hibernate Search in Action - A Framework

Joe Harry
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Does this book talk about a kind of a framework for doing search operations in Hibernate?
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Yes. Specifically it talks about Hibernate Search.


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"Hibernate is a framework which provides a solution for object relational mapping and a persistence management solution or persistent layer." - Sebastian Hennebrueder
More knowledge can be made at this site: http://www.laliluna.de/what-is-hibernate.html


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Joe Harry
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Originally posted by sreerupa basu:
"Hibernate is a framework which provides a solution for object relational mapping and a persistence management solution or persistent layer." - Sebastian Hennebrueder
More knowledge can be made at this site: http://www.laliluna.de/what-is-hibernate.html


Are you teaching me Hibernate? I have worked with it quite a lot before.
Emmanuel Bernard
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The book covers Hibernate Search which let's you write full-text queries (ie "Google-like" queries) for data represented by your domain model.
It does so in a way that make it look like executing a query using your classic HQL. It keeps the Lucene index and the database synchronized and also helps to cluster Lucene applications (within the Hibernate Search world).
 
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