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POJO stands for Plain Old Java Object. In simple terms, we use POJO to make a programming model for declaring object entities. The classes are… Read More
A web application with hibernate is easier. A JSP page is the best way to get user inputs. Those inputs are passed to the servlet… Read More
Hibernate is capable of storing the inherited properties of an object along with its new properties in its database when an object is saved in… Read More
Hibernate is an open-source, non-invasive, lightweight java ORM(Object-relational mapping) framework that is used to develop persistence logic that is independent of Database software. In JDBC… Read More
Hibernate is an open-source, non-invasive, lightweight java ORM(Object-relational mapping) framework that is used to develop persistence logic that is independent of Database software. An ORM(Object-relational… Read More
Hibernate is a Java framework that makes it easier to create database-interactive Java applications. In HQL, instead of a table name, it uses a class… Read More
Hibernate is a framework that is used to develop persistence logic that is independent of Database software. In JDBC to develop persistence logic, we deal… Read More
Annotation in JAVA is used to represent supplemental information. As you have seen @override, @inherited, etc are an example of annotations in general Java language.… Read More
Hibernate is a framework that provides some abstraction layer, meaning that the programmer does not have to worry about the implementations, Hibernate does the implementations… Read More
Hibernate is a framework that provides some abstraction layer, meaning that the programmer does not have to worry about the implementations, Hibernate does the implementations… Read More
Hibernate is a framework that provides some abstraction layer, meaning that the programmer does not have to worry about the implementations, Hibernate does the implementations… Read More
Spring Boot is built on the top of the spring and contains all the features of spring. Spring also provides JPA and hibernate to increase… Read More
JPA stands for Java Persistence API (Application Programming Interface). It was initially released on 11 May 2006. It is a Java specification that gives some… Read More
Here we will learn about Hibernate Lifecycle or in other words, we can say that we will learn about the lifecycle of the mapped instances… Read More

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