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Hibernate Training Course Objectives Learning Fundamentals of Hibernate by using the Hibernate persistence engine. How to persist different types of objects using the Hibernate. How to use HQL (Hibernate Query Language) for querying objects stor

Hibernate Training 

     

Hibernate Training Course Objectives
  • Learning Fundamentals of  Hibernate by using the Hibernate persistence engine.
  • How to persist different types of objects using the Hibernate.
  • How to use HQL (Hibernate Query Language) for querying objects stored in Hibernate.
  • How to integrate Hibernate  with popular frameworks such as Struts.

Eligibility
Efficiency in Java programming language and an excellent understanding of relational databases and SQL.


Hibernate Training Course Outline

 

  • Object Relational Mapping 
  • Introduction of Object/Relational   
  • Annotations for object/relational mapping with Hibernate
  • Java Persistence API (JPA) and EJB 3.0 
  • Object Identity 
  • Object References 
  • Collections 
  • Inheritance 
  • Query Languages 
  • O/R Patterns 
  • Transparent Persistence
  • Hibernate Basics 
  • Elements of Hibernate 
  • Basic Steps 
  • Configuring Hibernate 
  • hibernate.cfg.xml 
  • DataSource 
  • Jar Files 
  • Load the Configuration 
  • Create the SessionFactory 
  • Creating Persistent Classes 
  • Create the Entity Class 
  • Rule for Persistent Entities 
  • Recommendations for Persistent Entities 
  • Add Hibernate Tags 
  • Schema and Map Generation  
  • The Build Environment
  • XDoclet for Hibernate 
  • XDoclet with Ant and Maven 
  • Schema Export 
  • Schema Export with Ant and Maven 
  • Programmatic Schema Export 
  • Using Persistent Objects 
  • Opening Session 
  • Saving Data 
  • PopulateDatabase 
  • Closing/Flushing the Session 
  • Exception Handling 
  • Loading Data 
  • Updating Data 
  • An Add/Edit JSP Page 
  • Transactions, Validation and Lifecycle Events
  • Maintaining Consistent State 
  • Adding Transactions 
  • JTA 
  • Using Lifecycle Events 
  • Validation 
  • Optimistic Locking 
  •  Composition and Associations
  • Association Versus Component
  • Many-to-one 
  • Components 
  • One-to-one 
  • Component Versus One-to-One 
  • JSP Pages 
  • Collections
  • Collection Types 
  • Simple Value Collections 
  • Entity Collections 
  • Bidirectional Associations 
  • Cascading Operations 
  • Sorting Collections 
  • Composite Elements 
  • Object Identity
  • Database Versus Java Identity 
  • Identity Scope 
  • Identity Generation 
  • Compound Keys 
  • Synthetic Versus Natural Keys 
  • Nullable ID 
  • User Assigned 
  • Generated 
  • Inheritance
  • Table per Subclass 
  • Table per Class Hierarchy 
  • Discriminator 
  • Subclass 
  • Joined-Subclass 
  • Hibernate Tools
  • Schema Export 
  • Code Generation 
  • XDoclet 
  • Map Generation 
  • Code Generation 
  • Middlegen 
  • Hibernate with Web applications 
  • Hibernate in a 2 Tier Environment 
  • Session Reconnect 
  • Hibernate Action Base Class 
  • Hibernate ServletFilter 
  • ThreadLocal Session 
  • Hibernate Query Language
  • Logging SQL 
  • GUI Query Tool 
  • From Clause 
  • Aliases 
  • WHERE Clause 
  • Associations in WHERE Clause 
  • Select Clause 
  • Aggregates 
  • Joins 
  • Use Fetch to Reduce Database Access 
  • Query Interface 
  • Parameter Queries 
  • 4 Ways to fetch data 
  • Session.list(..) 
  • Session.iterate(..) 
  • Session.scroll(..) 
  • Session.load(..) 
  • Hibernate with J2EE and Spring 
  • Hibernate in a 3 Tier Environment 
  • Using JNDI with Hibernate 
  • JTA 
  • Container Managed Transactions 
  • JMX 
  • JCA 
  • Spring 
  • Legacy Mapping
  • Reverse Engineering Tools 
  • Compound Keys 
  • Stored Procedures 
  • Breaking Up Large Tables 
  • Advanced Features
  • MetaData 
  • Interceptors 
  • Any Mappings

     

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Posted on: March 25, 2008

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