Introduction to Hibernate framework

What is hibernate?
Hibernate is a pure Java object-relational mapping (ORM) and persistence framework that allows you to map plain old Java objects to relational database tables.
The main goal of hibernate is to relieve the developer from the common data persistence related tasks.It maps the objects in the java with the tables in the database very efficiently and also you can get maximum using its data query and retrieval facilities.Mainly by using Hibernate in your projects you can save incredible time and effort.


Part-1:Introduction to hibernate framework
Part-2:Hibernate hello world example in eclipse
Part-3:Hibernate one to one mapping example
Part-4:Hibernate one to many mapping example
Part-5:Hibernate many to many mapping example
Part-6:Hibernate inheritance:Table per class hierarchy
Part-7:Hibernate inheritance:table per subclass
Part-8:Hibernate inheritance:Table per concrete class 


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