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Where to start study for Java Persistance

 
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I would like to start study on JPA /Object Relational Mapping, I use Netbeans 8.0 as IDE, Is there some good tutorial available online to start with?

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Rishi Tyagi wrote:I would like to start study on JPA /Object Relational Mapping, I use Netbeans 8.0 as IDE, Is there some good tutorial available online to start with?


I really like the Java Persistence API WikiBook. When I'm having an issue with JPA, JPQL, or something related it's the first resource I'll check to find a solution. It's really an excellent resource (in my humble opinion)! It's not a step-by-step tutorial, but you'll find everything required in this wiki book: from basic entity mappings to complex JPQL queries.

If you are looking for a step-by-step tutorial, I would definitely have a look at the Hibernate Getting Started Guide.

Hope it helps!
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Roel
 
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Thanks Roel.
 
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I also recommend you the Hibernate 5.1 User Guide, we rewrote it from scratch. Also, I have posted over 60 articles about Hibernate, so check those out too.
 
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