Hibernate bidirectional mappings are of common use in parent child relationships amongst entities. This article explains it in detail with examples.
One to one mapping in Hibernate can be implemented by two different ways. Here are details of implementation with a real life example with simple discussion.
This hibernate jpa tutorial with oracle database on eclipse is step by step guide for any learner of this technology to enable reader write first code with it.
Here is code for Spring Hibernate Example that integrates Spring and Hibernate with Oracle database, JUnit using Eclipse IDE.
This hibernate tutorial covers hibernate concepts, hibernate mapping, hibernate HQL, object state, session factory and many more features with code examples
This hibernate example is step by step guide to write hibernate code with oracle and eclipse. It contains hibernate configuration, java code etc.
Hibernate introduces hibernate query language, HQL to interact with database. IT has support to native SQL, criteria search API. Read more with examples …
Hibernate allows three hibernate mapping strategies for inheritence. We discuss these with example to cover implementation, advantages and disadvantages.
In this article, we focus on next association in Unidirectional context. Hibernate One to Many mapping links one entity with many other entities.
Many – to -one is a unidirectional relation i.e. it establishes relation amongst many entities with one entity.