- Emiley J.
JDBC stands for Java Database Connectivity allows developers to connect, query and update a database using the Structured Query Language. JDBC API standard provides Java developers to interact with different RDBMS and access table data through Java application without learning RDBMS details and using Database Specific JDBC Drivers.
The Hibernate team provides release bundles hosted on the SourceForge File Release System, in ZIP and TGZ formats. Each release bundle contains JARs, documentation, source code, and other information.
- Sumit Pal
Many a times you would need to retrieve a large number of records but on the webpage you would show them in multiple pages. For example, in a tracking application, you want to show a history tracking page, the query would return hundreds or even thousands of records. But the webpage you may want to show fifty records on a page and do a simple previous and next links or show page numbers as links to show fifty records in each page.
- Emiley J.
A component is a contained object that is persisted as a value type ,not an entity reference.
- Emiley J.
This tutorial discusses what are the types of inheritance models in Hibernate and describes how they work like vertical inheritance and horizontal.
This could well be your first Hibernate Application. In this tutorial a step by step approach is taken to show you how to use hibernate in your java applications. For this example, we will set up a small database application that can store events we want to attend and information about the host(s) of these events. This explains the basics of Hibernate. You can get started with Hibernate using this tutorial and extend the functionalities from here.
A Hibernate web application uses Session and Transaction almost like a standalone application. However, some common patterns are useful. You can now write an EventManagerServlet. This servlet can list all events stored in the database, and it provides an HTML form to enter new events.
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