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Approach of the Hibernate Recipes

Vijitha Kumara
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Hi Srinivas,

What kind of problems you are addressing in the book (as it says a problem-solution approach, BTW I never read any book from that series) with regards to Hibernate? Is it more theoretical or with real world examples?


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It's recipes--ever seen a theoretical cookbook?
 
 
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