About This Courseadvanced
This course will be dedicated to persistence problems, but will also work with object relational mapping in Java. Object model basics, relation models and incompatibility issues between them will also be explored. Specific emphasis will be given to the Hibernate tool for object relational mapping, a popular tool in the industry.
The course’s main objective is to enable students to use different ways of persistence with a focus on the Hibernate ORM Framework and its integration in Java applications. By completing this course, you’ll learn to develop professional scalable applications based on contemporary software architecture.
This is the basic course of Hibernate and Persistence, if you are a senior programmer, this course may be too easy for you.This course also prepares you for the ORACLE certification exam(Oracle Certified Expert, Java EE 6 Java Persistence API Developer), increasing your chances of finding a great job.
This course does not cover the latest Hibernate version, but after this course, you can use the latest version without any problems.
What are the requirements?
- Advanced knowledge of Java concepts
- Knowing the MySQL would be helpful
- Knowing the HTML would be helpful
- Knowing the XML would be helpful
What will I learn?
- By completing this course, you’ll learn to develop professional scalable applications based on contemporary software architecture
- This course also prepares you for the ORACLE certification exam: Oracle Certified Expert, Java EE 6 Java Persistence API Developer
Who is the target audience?
- Java developers
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned how to develop scalable applications.
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Section 1 - Lesson 1
Introduction To Persistence
Section 2 - Lesson
Introduction To Object Relational Mapping
Section 3 - Lesson 3
Section 4 - Lesson 4
Introduction To Hibernate
Configuration And Object Architecture
Mapping Relations By Using XML A
Mapping Relations By Using XML B
Mapping Relations By Using XML C
Mapping Relations By Using Annotation A
Mapping Relations By Using Annotation B
Mapping Relations By Using Annotation C
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