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He is a Software Engineer working in an industry-leading organization. He has completed his bachelors from Visweswaraya Technological University. In his career, he has worked in designing and implementing various software systems involving Java/J2EE, Spring/ Spring Boot, React JS, JQuery, Hibernate and related database technologies. He loves to share his knowledge and always look forward to learning and explore new technologies. He loves to spend his free time with his family. He enjoys traveling and loves to play cricket.

Hibernate Show SQL Example

This is another example of the hibernate series. Here, we feature a comprehensive article about the Hibernate Show SQL. Hibernate is a feature-rich Object Relational Mapping tool. It offers very fine-tuned debugging capabilities by enabling logs at various levels. In this article, I am going to show how SQL queries can be printed in a hibernate application. 1. Hibernate Configuration ...

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Hibernate Inheritance Mapping Example

In this post, we feature a comprehensive article about Hibernate Inheritance Mapping. Inheritance is one of the fundamental design principles o Object-Oriented Languages. In Java, it is very common to have inheritance implemented in domain models. However, relational databases don’t support inheritance and they support flat structure. Java Persistence API suggests different strategies to support inheritance hierarchies. In this article, ...

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Hibernate Configuration Example

In this post, we feature a comprehensive article about Hibernate Configuration. Working with an Object-Oriented Language and relation database can often be cumbersome and Object Relational Mapping frameworks are built to solve this problem. Hibernate is one of Java’s Object Relational Mapping framework. It abstracts us from underlying database implementations and application can be ported to other databases easily with ...

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How to run application blocked by Java security

In this article, we will show you why java security blocks the application.Java is a ubiquitously used programming language. Java team is constantly improving the language’s security features. It is quite common to see Java security warnings while running some programs. This is not like a regular security warning prompted by the operating system. In this article, I am trying ...

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Depth First Search Java Example

Trees and Graphs are pretty commonly used data structures in Java. Depth First Search (DFS) is one of the tree traversal algorithms. DFS starts by visiting a random unvisited node in the tree and goes deep into that branch before proceeding to explore the next branch. In this example, I am going to explain Java Depth First Search algorithm and ...

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Is Java Safe?

Is Java safe to install and download to any version of Windows and mostly at Windows 10 version? Nearly half of the enterprise applications written in Java in the last 15 years making it the ubiquitous language in the enterprise world. Being so popular means applications written in Java are more prone to security threats. So we can answer the ...

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How to download and install Java plugin in a browser

Java plugins are nothing but the Java Applets. Java Applets are the small Java applications delivered to users in the form of Java byte code. Typically applets are delivered through web browsers. Once applets are downloaded they run in as a separate process from the browser. They can be run in a separate browser frame or Java AppletViewer or standalone ...

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Java Primitive Types Tutorial

This is a tutorial about Java Primitive Data Types. Primitive types are the most basic data types available in any programming language. Being an object-oriented language Java supports both primitive types and objects as its data types. In this article, we are going to see all the supported Java primitive types. Java is a strongly typed language and every variable ...

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Interface vs Abstract Class Java Example

In this post, we feature an Interface vs Abstract Class Java Example. One of the most discussed topics in Java for newbies is the Interface and Abstract class. I will give insights into the Java Interfaces and abstract classes. I will also provide some examples and practical use cases. You can also check the Java Abstract Class Example in the ...

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Math.round Java Example

The Math.round Java – java.lang.math – library contains the static methods to perform basic numeric mathematical operations. Math.round is one such method, which returns the nearest whole number to the argument. In this article, we will dig deeper into this method. 1. What does rounding mean? Rounding is the mathematical process of making the number up or down to the ...

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