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hibernate tutorial

 
Greenhorn
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Hi,
Can anyone suggest me a good tutorial for hibernate.
 
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You can find a comprehensive list of tutorials here:

http://www.hibernate.org/78.html#A3
 
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Road to Hibernate is pretty good to get started but I suggest buying the book Hibernate In Action.
 
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Hibernate in Action is probably the best known of the Hibernate books.

There's a good list here:

http://www.javashelf.com/books/hibernate.html
 
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Yes, I would recommend "Hibernate in Action" also. I am definitely interested in the new "Hibernate Quickly" book as well.
 
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