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Old 31-07-2010
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Hibernate with Java Persistence API

I want to know about the hibernate with Java Persistence API. Since, I have recently started learning about it, I am not having any knowledge about it and hence expecting some detailed explanation. Before starting any discussion about Persistence technologies, I need to understand what exactly is on the computer. In simple terms the ability to maintain data structures between various program executions. So please help me accordingly.
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Re: Hibernate with Java Persistence API

The popularity of databases has increased considerably in recent years. Java database has become the preferred choice of developers for the development of secure, flexible and scalable web based applications. These Web applications require that objects that are associated with appropriate databases. Hibernate, together with other partners in object persistence technologies with the appropriate database in a simple, direct and natural way.
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Re: Hibernate with Java Persistence API

Hibernate is one of those Java community's efforts to develop many of the object-oriented solutions to data continue to be made. Any kind of Java persistence solution includes two main elements ie, ORM (Object Relational Mapping) and OOM (Object-oriented modeling). Hibernate has become immensely popular among the developer community because it is a free, powerful, high performance object open source - relational persistence mapping package that makes Java easier to work with relational databases for applications Java.
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Re: Hibernate with Java Persistence API

Apart from Hibernate, the other popular open source Java technologies including JDBC, decreases, JDO, Top Link, CMP Entity Beans. These technologies provide a uniform mechanism object relational mapping. Vendors participating in the development of applications have found that the use of technology with Java Persistence Hibernate API's help to build flexible, database, web based applications that are highly scalable and involve complex business processes.
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Re: Hibernate with Java Persistence API

Java-based Application Programming Interface is the latest version of Java Data Objects (JDO) technology is the persistent technology previously used by developers. APP is the latest standard Java Specification for Java enterprise applications. The Java API is a Java programming language framework that allows developers to manage relational data in Java Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition applications. Java API originated as part of the work of the JSR 220 expert group.
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Re: Hibernate with Java Persistence API

The Java API has been developed after taking advantage of the best ideas from other technologies such as the prevalence of upper links, JDO, Hibernate, etc. Simply put, Java Persistence API is a Plain Old Java Object API object / relational mapping and supports a rich SQL-like query language for the consultations, both static and dynamic.
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