ISBN 9781259063725,Spring and Hibernate

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ISBN 9781259063725
Publisher

Tata McGraw - Hill Education

Publication Year 2013
ISBN-13

ISBN 9781259063725

ISBN-10 1259063720
Binding

Paperback

Edition 2nd
Number of Pages 680 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Programming languages

open-source lightweight application framework which addresses most of these infrastructural concerns of enterprise applications, Hibernate is one of the efficient ORM implementations in Java which helps in quick implementation of reliable data access layer.

This thoroughly revised Second Edition updates the book to Spring Framework latest version 3.2 M2 and the annotation style of configuring object relational mappings in Hibernate. Covering the core concepts of Spring and Hibernate along with Spring Web MVC framework, Hibernate Query Language (HQL), implementing Hibernate, data access layer, Web tier, remoting with Spring, this book also discusses the integration of Spring with other Web frameworks. The theoretical concepts are supported by codes and program-snippets which will facilitate self-learning and developing Java enterprise applications with Spring Framework.

About the Author:-

Santosh Kumar K, a trainer and developer on Java technologies, is currently associated with SANTOSH Technologies, a training institute at Ameerpet, Hyderabad.
Table of contents :-
1. INTRODUCTION TO SPRING FRAMEWORK
2. INVERSION OF CONTROL (IOC) AND SPRING CORE CONTAINER
3. UNDERSTANDING ASPECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING (AOP)
4. WORKING WITH SPRING POINTCUT AND ADVISORS
5. UNDERSTANDING SPRING 2.0 AOP SUPPORT
6. JDBC AND DAO MODULE
7. UNDERSTANDING HIBERNATE
8. UNDERSTANDING PERSISTENT CLASSES MAPPING
9. UNDERSTANDING HIBERNATE QUERY LANGUAGE (HQL) AND CRITERION API
10. IMPLEMENTING HIBERNATE WITH SPRING
11. GETTING STARTED WITH SPRING WEB MVC FRAMEWORK
12. UNDERSTANDING DISPATCHERSERVLET AND REQUEST PROCESSING
WORKFLOW
13. DESCRIBING CONTROLLERS AND VALIDATIONS
14. DESCRIBING VIEW-RESOLVER AND VIEW
15. CONFIGURING SPRING WEB MVC USING ANNOTATIONS
16. INTEGRATING SPRING WITH OTHER WEB FRAMEWORKS
17. IMPLEMENTING REMOTING WITH SPRING
18. WORKING WITH EJBS USING SPRING
19. IMPLEMENTING JMS USING SPRING
Appendix A. Spring Expression Language (SpEL) 636
Appendix B. Spring Framework's Form Tags (at http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/1259063720)
Appendix C. Hibernate Confi gurations (at http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/1259063720)
Index
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