The JBoss® Hibernate® Technology (JB297) 4-day course provides Java™ developers the knowledge and skills required to leverage the powerful Java Hibernate Application Stack. Through clear interactive lectures and hands-on labs, students are introduced to Hibernate essentials and internals along with its practical applications and best practices strategies. By the end of the course, students will have learned the best practices to leverage Hibernate to produce and maintain well-designed, robust business applications while optimizing performance and reducing software maintenance costs
Objective: Learn how JBoss® Hibernate® effectively answers the question of how to represent relational data in an object-oriented environment.
Objective: Deploy a simple application leveraging core Hibernate mappings and persistence features.
Objective: Use available JBoss Developer Studio Hibernate tooling to analyze a project's domain objects.
Objective: Extend Hibernate Entities with built-in and user-defined types and develop robust identifiers.
Objective: Use advanced relational mappings to manage uni- and bi-directional associations, and map Java™ inheritance to database tables.
Objective: Examine how Hibernate manages the relationship between the data in a table and the values in an Entity, and associate these state changes with a unit of work.
Objective: Learn how to leverage Hibernate-fetching strategies, query options, and filters to produce efficient queries.
Objective: Learn the basics of Hibernate design patterns and best practices and how to apply them to build efficient Hibernate systems.
Objective: Use Hibernate's highly adaptable framework in a variety of application types, from simple Java standalone applications to full-fledged Java enterprise-class deployments.
Objective: Hibernate supplies advanced tooling to assist developers in the areas of testing, validation, search, and spanning database instances.