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Chathura Ekanayake

Joined: Jul 23, 2010
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i am interested in learning HIBERNATE. Please suggest me a good book to learn HIBERNATE..
Note That : I am a beginner
Siby George

Joined: Mar 22, 2011
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I hope you have prior knowledge of sql queries and jdbc.
For beginners, I would highly recommend book:
Hibernate Made Easy by Cameron McKenzie

This is brilliant book to start hibernate. Initially you might have trouble with hibernate jar files as the stable version keep evolving.

Also to become advance hibernate profression, this link will help:

Abubacker Siddik
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hey, you can read Hibernate in Action Manning publication. Thats wonderful book for beginners to start with. It gives you the overall picture and makes you move ahead.

Ulf Dittmer

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Would it perhaps make more sense to learn JPA than Hibernate?

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Rituparna Duttagupta
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hi everyone,
what about Beginning Hibernate of Apress publication, and Professional Hibernate?? These are also good to the Hibernate concepts right ?? I am following both the books at the moment. I am also new to Hibernate, in the learning phase.

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Joe Harry
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:Would it perhaps make more sense to learn JPA than Hibernate?

Truly. You would be better off learning the ORM specifications by picking up a JPA book. Pro EJB 3 is a good one to start with.

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Vijitha Kumara

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Welcome to CodeRanch, Chathura

Also EJB 3 In Action explains JPA with related concepts very well.

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