Intertech’s Complete Hibernate course teaches students the most popular object-relational mapping framework for Java environments. Object relational mapping in large enterprise applications is difficult. The task is so difficult that the problem of storing and retrieving objects to a relational database has its own name – impedance mismatch.
In this class, students learn object-relational mapping concepts and the various issues and options available in Java to address object persistence. With these fundamentals, the course then explores the basics of Hibernate object persistence and configuration. It also digs into the details of Hibernate mapping, queries, transactions, and concurrency.
Not just a class that focuses on theory, this course is loaded with practical labs and deals with maintenance and performance issues. After taking this class, developers will be able to build faster, more flexible and easier to maintain application persistence layers and overcome impedance mismatch with the Hibernate framework.
Understand the challenges of mapping objects to relational databases
Learn the architecture of Hibernate
Know how to setup and configure Hibernate for a Java project
Learn to map Java classes and object associations to relational database tables with Hibernate mapping files
Study Hibernate’s strategies for mapping Java inheritance trees to relational database tables
Learn the Hibernate Query Language and Criteria for retrieving Java objects
Explore Hibernate’s Caching Architecture
This class is designed for Java programmers with a need to understand the Hibernate framework and API.
Students should have a good understanding of the Java programming language. A basic understanding of relational databases and SQL is very helpful.
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