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Table Of Contents

1.1. Overview
1.2. Persistent Object Identity
1.3. JMX Integration
1.4. JCA Support
2.1. Programmatic Configuration
2.2. Obtaining a SessionFactory
2.3. User provided JDBC connection
2.4. Hibernate provided JDBC connection
2.5. Other properties
2.5.1. SQL Dialects
2.5.2. Outer Join Fetching
2.5.3. Binary Streams
2.5.4. SQL Logging to Console
2.5.5. Custom ConnectionProvider
2.5.6. Transaction Strategy
2.5.7. JNDI-bound SessionFactory
2.5.8. Query Language Substitution
2.6. XML Configuration File
2.7. Logging
3.1. Simple Example
3.1.1. Declare accessors and mutators for persistent fields
3.1.2. Implement a default constructor
3.1.3. Provide an identifier property (optional)
3.2. Inheritance
3.3. Persistent Lifecycle Callbacks
3.4. Validatable
3.5. XDoclet Example
4.1. Mapping declaration
4.1.1. Doctype
4.1.2. hibernate-mapping
4.1.3. class
4.1.4. id
4.1.4.1. generator
4.1.4.2. Hi/Lo Algorithm
4.1.4.3. UUID Algorithm
4.1.4.4. Identity Columns and Sequences
4.1.4.5. Assigned Identifiers
4.1.5. composite-id
4.1.6. discriminator
4.1.7. version (optional)
4.1.8. timestamp (optional)
4.1.9. property
4.1.10. many-to-one
4.1.11. one-to-one
4.1.12. component, dynabean
4.1.13. subclass
4.1.14. joined-subclass
4.1.15. map, set, list, bag
4.1.16. import
4.2. Hibernate Types
4.2.1. Entities and values
4.2.2. Basic value types
4.2.3. Persistent enum types
4.2.4. Custom value types
4.2.5. Any type mappings
4.3. SQL quoted identifiers
4.4. Customizing the DDL
5.1. Persistent Collections
5.2. Mapping a Collection
5.3. Collections of Values and Many To Many Associations
5.4. One To Many Associations
5.5. Lazy Initialization
5.6. Sorted Collections
5.7. Other Ways To Sort a Collection
5.8. Garbage Collection
5.9. Bidirectional Associations
5.10. Ternary Associations
5.11. Heterogeneous Associations
5.12. Collection Example
5.13. <idbag>
6.1. As Dependent Objects
6.2. In Collections
6.3. As a Map Index
6.4. As Composite Identifiers
6.5. Dynabean components
7.1. Creating a persistent object
7.2. Loading an object
7.3. Querying
7.3.1. Scalar queries
7.3.2. The Query interface
7.3.3. Scrollable iteration
7.3.4. Filtering collections
7.4. Updating objects saved or loaded in the current session
7.8. Flushing
7.9. Ending a Session
7.9.1. Flushing the session
7.9.2. Committing the transaction
7.9.3. Closing the session
7.9.4. Exception handling
7.10. Interceptors
8.3. Cascades
8.4. Using cascading update()
8.5. Conclusion
9.1. Case Sensitivity
9.2. The from clause
9.3. Associations and joins
9.4. The select clause
9.5. Aggregate functions
9.6. polymorphism
9.7. The where clause
9.8. Expressions
9.9. The order by clause
9.10. The group by clause
9.11. Subqueries
9.12. Examples
9.13. Tips & Tricks
10.1. Persistent Classes
10.2. Hibernate Mappings
10.3. Hibernate Code
11.1. Proxies for Lazy Initialization
11.2. Process Level Cache
11.2.1. Mapping
11.2.2. Read Only Cache
11.2.3. Read / Write Cache
11.2.4. Nonstrict Read / Write Cache
11.3. Managing the Session Cache
12.1. Taxonomy
12.2. Lists, maps and sets are the most efficient collections to update
12.3. Bags and lists are the most efficient inverse collections
12.4. One shot delete
13.1. Creating a Criteria instance
13.2. Narrowing the result set
13.3. Ordering the results
13.4. Dynamic association fetching
14.1. Configurations, Sessions and Factories
14.2. Threads and connections
14.3. Optimistic Locking / Versioning
14.3.1. Long session with automatic versioning
14.3.2. Many sessions with automatic versioning
14.3.3. Application version checking
14.4. Session disconnection
14.5. Pessimistic Locking
15.1. Employer/Employee
15.2. Author/Work
15.3. Customer/Order/Product
17.1. Schema Generation
17.1.1. Customizing the schema
17.1.2. Running the tool
17.1.3. Properties
17.1.4. Using Ant
17.1.5. Incremental schema updates
17.1.6. Using Ant for incremental schema updates
17.2. Code Generation
17.2.1. The config file (optional)
17.2.2. The meta attribute
17.2.3. Basic finder generator
17.3. Mapping File Generation
17.3.1. Running the tool
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