• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

This course will introduce mapping Java objects to database tables using annotations or XML files. In this course, you'll learn about identity generation, annotations, and how to customize mappings. You'll also learn about basic querying using HQL, a SQL-like query language designed for Hibernate, as well as some advanced HQL techniques, Hibernate mappings, debugging while configuring Oracle manipulations, and finally, some advanced Hibernate examples.

Learning Objectives

Advanced Hibernate Mappings

  • start the course
  • recognize @Table and @SecondaryTable annotations
  • create advanced XML table mapping
  • use advanced ID options in Java Hibernate

 

Hibernate Query

  • recognize the Hibernate and basic query concepts
  • recognize the core API extension for Hibernate and its interfaces
  • recognize querying with Java calls using the Criteria API

 

Advanced Querying

  • recognize advanced query commands
  • create projections and aggregations
  • recognize subqueries in criteria

 

Configuring Oracle Manipulations

  • configure stored procedures using Oracle
  • recognize how to use Oracle comments
  • learn to use Java-based sorting with Hibernate
  • recognize how to use the @JoinTable
  • recognize how to use
  • use the @Transient Annotation

 

Debugging and Performance

  • recognize the various debugging concepts including logging with log4j
  • recognize abilities in improving performance
  • recognize the read-only objects

 

Practice: Hibernate and Query

  • recognize how HQL is used in Hibernate and describe how to improve the overall performance

 

Framework Connections

The materials within this course focus on the NICE Framework Task, Knowledge, and Skill statements identified within the indicated NICE Framework component(s):

Specialty Areas

  • Software Development