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Spring Persistence with Hibernate: Native SQL

Ed Trembicki-Guy
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Joined: Mar 19, 2003
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In my current assignment, I have been away from Java for quite some time. I have been working in a Microsoft environment, directly coding SQL via MS SQL Manager and Integration Services (SSIS). Does your book cover migration strategies away from native coding towards persistence abstractions? I would very much like to "sell" the idea to my company, and would welcome any and all help towards that end.

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Ed

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Pradeep bhatt
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Joined: Feb 27, 2002
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You can pick up any book which covers HQL extensively. As you are already working with SQL it shouldn't be difficult to compare them and list pros/cons.


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