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palla sridhar
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Hi Ahmad!
Thanks for promoting your book on JavaRanch. I'd be excited if I win a book in the promotion.

I have a few questions.

1. Does your book help me to setup any database (like MySQL, Oracle, MSSQL, DB2 etc) with Hibernate?
2. How does it help a novice to understand the integration of Spring and Hibernate?
3. Is this book about Spring or Hibernate?
4. Does the book talk about the benchmarking of other technologies ( like Grails, Ruby etc) with Spring/Hibernate?
5. Does this book help me in building engineering/scientific applications?

Thanks and Regards......


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Vyas Sanzgiri
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As far as I have read:-

1. The book shows how to deal with HSQLDB and setting up a project so others should be easy.
2. It starts by explaining the basics of Spring and Hibernate pretty well
3. Both
4. No it is a Spring book!
5. It teaches you basics on which you can definitely build upon


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Ahmad Reza Seddighi
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palla sridhar wrote:

1. Does your book help me to setup any database (like MySQL, Oracle, MSSQL, DB2 etc) with Hibernate?
2. How does it help a novice to understand the integration of Spring and Hibernate?
3. Is this book about Spring or Hibernate?
4. Does the book talk about the benchmarking of other technologies ( like Grails, Ruby etc) with Spring/Hibernate?
5. Does this book help me in building engineering/scientific applications?


1. The book teaches you how to use Hibernate with HSQLDB and explains how other databases can be used with Hibernate and how they are different in Hibernate configuration.
2. At first, the book tries to teach you both frameworks from basic. However, the book covers advanced topics both on Spring and Hibernate context, so the book is also useful for intermediate learners.
3. The book covers both frameworks. But in the Spring section the book elaborates Spring's general services (commonly used in every application) with other services related to persistence.
4. No, the book is just on Spring and Hibernate.
5. The book does not provide any discussion on engineering/scientific applications, but with this book you will learn how Spring and Hibernate can be used in such applications.

Spring Persistence with Hibernate


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Kuladip Yadav
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Joined: Jul 30, 2008
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Hi Ahmad,

I think these answers are really covers most of the queries regarding this book.


Thanks.
Anil Vupputuri
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Hi Ahmad,

Some more items, does your book cover

(1) Common pitfalls (or good practices) of integrating Spring and Hibernate
(2) Performance related tips on both Spring and Hibernate
(3) Integration with Web application (Web Tier)
(4) Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP)
(5) The Middle Tier - Asynchronous JMS
(6) Spring Web Service
(7) JMX
(8) Spring Batch
(9) Portlets

Thanks.


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Rob Ivan
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Is there a particular business model that you use for example purposes in the book?
Vyas Sanzgiri
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The book is Spring Persistence with Hibernate. It deals with core libraries. The questions are from different layers !
Christophe Verré
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Anil, Rob, I think it would be better to ask your questions in your own thread. (UseOneThreadPerQuestion)


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Anil Vupputuri
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Christophe Verré wrote:Anil, Rob, I think it would be better to ask your questions in your own thread. (UseOneThreadPerQuestion)


Thanks. I will open new thread.
 
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