• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

Java Hibernate allows you to create, save, and update data objects in a supported database. You can update or read back these objects into a Java program. In this course, you'll learn about the basics of reading and writing objects to your RDBMS. In addition, you will dive deeper into Hibernate using common concepts such as data mapping, batch processing and inheritance and much more. The course will even provide a thorough understanding of how Oracle can be used with Hibernate.

Learning Objectives

Getting Started with Hibernate

  • start the course
  • recognize how Java Hibernate can work with applications
  • set up and configure Hibernate
  • map using annotations
  • configure mapping using XML
  • working with basic configurations, including inserting, updating and deleting persistent data

 

Batch Processing, Sessions, and Logging

  • recognize the differences when configuring JPA and Hibernate
  • configure sessions for Hibernate
  • use batch processing with Hibernate

 

Working with Caching and Custom Types

  • use multi-level caching in Hibernate
  • recognize the custom types in Hibernate
  • recognize how to filter data sets in Hibernate

 

Mapping Data in Hibernate

  • create basic tables in Hibernate
  • deep dive into Annotations using associations and foreign keys

Inheritance and Object States

  • recognize the various Hibernate object states
  • demonstrate the JOINED strategy when mapping a database
  • configure Hibernate using TABLE_PER_CLASS
  • demonstrate Single table strategy as a solution with Java Hibernate

Identity Generation and Annotations

  • recognize identity generation using Annotations and Java Hibernate
  • recognize identity generation using XML and Java Hibernate

Practice: Hibernate Architecture

  • recognize some of the main concepts of Hibernate with Oracle

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