Submitted by heartin on Sat, 04/16/2016 - 13:35
A composite key is a primary key composed of multiple columns.
When you are creating a composite key, your persistent class must override the equals() and hashCode() method. This is required for for Hibernate caching to work correctly. It must also implement the Serializable interface.
Best way to do this is to create a class with all your composite key fields, mark it as @Embeddable and then annotate a field of that class type with @Id in your entity class.
Submitted by heartin on Fri, 04/15/2016 - 15:27
An entity is a type on its own and has an existence of its own (e.g. Course, User etc.).
A value type is a type which doesn't have existence of its own, but belongs to an entity (e.g. Address of an User). Value types are always completely owned by their containing entity.
Defining entities and value types in Hibernate
Submitted by heartin on Wed, 04/13/2016 - 21:16
You have different logging options in Hibernate and let us see some of those options quickly. Hibernate supports simple property based log enabling to supporting standard logging frameworks and even programmatically accessing log statistics.
Submitted by heartin on Wed, 04/13/2016 - 20:54
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Submitted by heartin on Wed, 04/13/2016 - 09:00
In JPA, the EntityManager controls the lifecycle of the entities.
Different ORM vendors provide its own entity manager, which is usually a wrapper around the core API and thus supports the JPA programming interfaces, life cycles and query language.
You obtain the EntityManager from an entity manager factory. EntityManagerFactory has the same role as SessionFactory in Hibernate.