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Understanding object persistence
Identity - Inheritance - Associations - Object/relational mapping
Using direct JDBC
Example application - Retrieving object graphs using JDBC - Persisting object graphs to a relational model - Deleting object graphs - Querying object graphs
Persistence with Hibernate
Simplicity and flexibility - Completeness - Performance

Hibernate basics
Configuring Hibernate
Basic configuration
Creating mapping definitions
IDs and generators - Properties - Many-to-one element - Proxies - Collections -Cascades - Fetching associated objects
Building the Session Factory
Configuring the Session Factory
Persisting objects
Retrieving objects
The Session cache
Advanced configuration
Table per class hierarchy - Table per subclass

Associations and components
Many-to-one relationships, in depth - The central configuration file - Defining sample data
Building tables and Schema Export
Logging with log4j and Commons Logging - Running Schema Export - Loading the Events - Refactoring - Finding Events - Cascades Components
What's in a component? - Mapping a component - Why use a component?
Collections and custom types
Persisting collections and arrays
Using interfaces - Mapping persistent collections - Collection types - Lazy collections - Sorted collections - Bidirectional associations - Cascading collections Implementing custom
types User Types - Implementing Composite User Types
Querying persistent objects
Using HQL
Session.find (?) - The Query interface - Outer joins and HQL - Show SQL Query substitutions - Query parser
Querying objects with HQL
The FROM clause - Joins - Selects - Using functions - HQL properties - Using expressions
Criteria queries
Stored procedures
Organizing with Spring and data access objects
The ubiquitous DAO pattern
Keeping the HQL together
Analyzing the DAO
Boilerplate code - Potential duplication - Detached objects only
The Layer Super type pattern
Creating an Abstract Dao
The Spring Framework
What's in a template? - Beans and their factories

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