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Mapping Collection in Hibernate.

 
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Hi All,
I am starting to learn how to map collection in Hibernate. I saw various examples in net but I am finding it too confusing and unable to understand how to implement it practically. Please could anyone point me to a place where it is explained in a very simple and lucid manner so that I can get the basic concepts?. Moreover I am reading from the book "Java Persistance with Hibernate" by Christian Bauer and Gavin King.


Thanks and Regards,
Sid.
 
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the book from Christian Bauer is the best on yet on hibernate..

you can visit hibernate support documentation for a more examples hibernate docs (3.3)

if that doesen't help please revert with the actual mapping you are trying to create & i'm sure we can help you with it.
 
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i have tried the same thing with hibernate!

Here i will take an example of Employee object.

An Employee can be associated with multiple departments.

So now our Employee can have a collection of Dept objects.

So now i can map this Dept Collection in Hibernate using <one-to-many> tag specified in Employees.hbm.xml

Where, for Dept i will have seperate Dept.hbm.xml describing Dept object properties.

If you want i can share the code with you!
 
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