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Spring Hibernate Plugin Needed...??

 
Deepak Lal
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Hi Ranchers,
I wanted to know about the Spring hibernate plugins.can you tell me how to download these plugin from the net.??

Does the Spring Hibernate Plugin come in any Intergrated Development Environment ?? if so which are the IDE's supporting Spring Hibernate
Plugins ??

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What do you mean by "Spring Hibernate Plugins"? Hibernate is already packaged in Spring, and you mention IDEs so I'm guessing you mean some sort of IDE plugin that does something with Spring and Hibernate. What IDE are you looking for plugins for and what exactly do you need the IDE plugin to do? Generate Hibernate mappings from a database? Newer versions of IntelliJ IDEA and NetBeans have plugins that do this out of the box, and there's a Hibernate plugin to do this in Eclipse.
 
Deepak Lal
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Hi Rancher,

How will the Hibernate plugin be available in eclipse.?(Location please)
Can you tell me how to access the already available hibernate plugin in eclipse.?
where is it present in the eclipse IDE and how to access the plugin ?

Is the Plugin a free ware component as a part of Eclipse IDE or do i need to download/buy the Hibernate Plugin from any site?

Please suggest...

Help provided will be highly appreciated.



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Gregg Bolinger
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That's a lot of questions/requests with no real foundation. What exactly are you looking for? What are you expecting it to do?
 
Mark Spritzler
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Everything for Eclipse is always 100% free, even the plugins. The question you are asking is more about how eclipse can install plugins. What version of Eclipse are you using, if something recent, then you can just add the plugin's update site and click a check box.

I am going to move this thread to the IDE forum, where there are much better Eclipse experts to help out.

But you do need to be precise in what you are asking for. I think the big thing here is that it seems you aren't familiar with Eclipse and therefore not quite sure how to ask the precise question.

Mark
 
Deepak Lal
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Hi,

What version of Eclipse are you using, if something recent, then you can just add the plugin's update site and click a check box.


Im using Eclipse Ganymede Eclipse 3.4 IDE.
My next question is can you elaborate on how to add the pugin's update site and click a check box,where has this to be done in Eclipse 3.4 IDE.??Please mention where to configure this in IDE.?

For Example:how do i configure a (Spring-Hibernate)plugin in eclipse 3.4 IDE ??
Steps Please.??

Hope my query is clear now.
Help provided will be highly appreciated.

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I hate to contradict Mark, but not everything for Eclipse is 100% free. There are commercial plugins, and even an entire commercial release of Eclipse (IBM's RAD).

However the basic Hibernate stuff is free. Go to http://hibernate.org, select the "Hibernate Tools" link, and it will help you to download and install what you want.
 
Vadiraj Deshpande
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Hi Deepak,

You can also use NetBeans IDE 6.5 which comes with Spring and Hibernate plugins bundled with the IDE. Download the IDE from here.
Refer the tutorial page for additional help.

-Vadiraj.
[ December 19, 2008: Message edited by: Vadiraj Deshpande ]
 
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