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An experience full-stack engineer well versed with Core Java, Spring/Springboot, MVC, Security, AOP, Frontend (Angular & React), and cloud technologies (such as AWS, GCP, Jenkins, Docker, K8).

Spring MVC Architecture Overview Example

In this example, we will build a Hello World web application using the Java Spring MVC framework. Java Spring MVC is one of the most important modules of the Spring framework. It builds on the powerful Spring Inversion of Control (IoC) container and makes extensive use of the container features to simplify its configuration. 1. Introduction 1.1 Spring Framework Spring ...

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Spring Framework Tutorial for Beginners with Examples

In this tutorial, we will walk through the steps of creating a Hello World Spring application using the Eclipse IDE. Developers will learn the fundamental concepts of Spring framework while building a sample application. So let us proceed to write a simple Spring Application which will print a message based on the configuration done in Spring Bean Configuration file. Table ...

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Hibernate Get Example

Hibernate Session provide different methods to fetch data (or a single record) from the database. Two of them are – get() and load(). The functionality is similar but there is a difference between the ways they work. In this tutorial, we will demonstrate the use of get() method in Hibernate using annotation based configuration.             ...

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Hibernate Transaction Example

A Transaction is a sequence of operation which works as an atomic unit. A transaction only completes if all the operations completed successfully. A transaction has the Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, and Durability properties (ACID). In this tutorial, we are going to talk about the basics of Hibernate Transactions and Sessions.               1. Introduction 1.1 ...

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Hibernate Exception Handling Example

This tutorial deals with some of the errors that developers get, while working with Hibernate. Along with the exception or error messages themselves, potential causes of these errors are often listed along with links to additional resources. In this tutorial, we will discuss the Hibernate exceptions.               1. Introduction 1.1 Hibernate Object-Relational Mapping or ...

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Hibernate CRUD Operations Tutorial

A CRUD operation deals with creating, retrieving, updating, and deleting records from the table. In this tutorial we will see how it is done using Hibernate annotations. We are going to discuss 4 main functionalities: Creating a Record Displaying Records Updating a Record Deleting a Record       Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 1.1 Hibernate 1.2 CRUD 1.3 Download ...

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Hibernate Maven Example

This tutorial is a part of the Hibernate introduction series and is useful in getting started with the Hibernate. We used JDK, Eclipse IDE and Maven build tool. This quick guide will show you how to use Maven to generate a simple Java project, and uses Hibernate to insert a record into the MySQL database.           ...

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Hibernate Batch Processing Example

Hibernate Batch processing is an easy way to add multiple statements into a batch and execute that batch by making a single round trip to the database. This tutorial shows how to create batch insert and batch update statements using JPA and Hibernate. JDBC offers support for Batching together SQL statements that can be represented as a single PreparedStatement.   ...

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Hibernate Best Practices Tutorial

Hibernate is the popular object relation mapping implementation. This feature makes it special among the developers and in this tutorial we will see the best practices to create better Hibernate applications.                      Table of Contents 1. Hibernate Introduction 1.1 Hibernate Architecture 1.2 Hibernate Benefits 2. Hibernate Best Practices 2.1 Use of ...

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Hibernate One to One Example

In simple terms, a One-to-One Association is similar to Many-to-One association with a difference that the column will be set as unique i.e. Two entities are said to be in a One-to-One relationship if one entity has only one occurrence in the other entity. For example, an address object can be associated with a single employee object. However, these relationships ...

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