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Best Spring, Hiberante books please

palla sridhar
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Hi Everybody,

I'm new to Spring.........
Please suggest me the best books till now on Spring and Hibernate.. ( together and individually too........)

Thanks and Regards


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Raj chiru
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HI..
Spring IN Action,Pro-Spring,Hibernate IN Action and AspectJ IN Action for AOP concepts
Rosco Duncan
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Hibernate In Action (Manning) has been updated/replaced as of Nov 2007 with 'Java Persistence with Hibernate'.

This is a good read written by those very close to the source on Hibernate.

Mark Spritzler
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palla sridhar wrote:Hi Everybody,

I'm new to Spring.........
Please suggest me the best books till now on Spring and Hibernate.. ( together and individually too........)

Thanks and Regards


You can check out the Book Review forum and our bunkhouse for reviews of those books.

My favorites are

"Java Persistence with Hibernate"
and
"Pro Spring 2.5"

Mark


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Sonny Gill
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FWIW I liked Pro Spring.


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Mark Spritzler
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Sonny Gill wrote:FWIW I liked Pro Spring.


That works for me. If Sonny likes it, I am good with that. ;)

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