Great to have a book out on Hibernate. However from the extract given on Amazone, I could not find much added value from this book compared to other books already brought out. Surely you are able to tell us what sets this book apart from all these other books.
Every other book has an explanation on how 1:1, 1:n, etc. works, and an explanation on HQL, and so forth. But what is the added value which makes it work to go out and order this book?
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In this book, what you will get is a simple and straight forward problem solution approach. We do not have a book that presents Hibernate in the recipes approach
like we have for Spring in the form of Spring Recipes.
subject: Question relating to "Hibernate Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach"