Hibernate has become the de-facto ORM (Object Relational Mapping) framework for most of the organizations today. It provides a very simple framework to overcome the cumbersome techniques involved with core JDBC implementations. Whenever there is a project based on database intrinsic activities it is advisable to use Hibernate than do JDBC coding. It saves a huge amount of time revolving around unnecessary chores.

Having said that, the major question which strikes anyone who does majorly JDBC is that how does a Hibernate DAO layer look like. Without looking at a practical implementation one cannot be easily convinced to work on it. This is the only compelling reason why I intended to write The Great Hibernate Tutorial.

This tutorial is aimed at those developers who want to Read the rest of this entry »