Spring and Hibernate Training


DELIVERY METHOD Classroom Instructor-led training (CILT) Online Instructor-led training (OILT)

Prerequisites All attendees must have at least one year of full-time Java development
experience and an excellent understanding of relational databases and SQL.

Spring and Hibernate Training overview

Section 1. Introduction to Hibernate

Section 2. Hibernate Overview and Benefits

Section 3. Hibernate architecture overview

Section 4. Overview of the Hibernate distribution Configuring Hibernate

Section 5. The Persistence Lifecycle

Section 6. Optimistic Locking / Versioning

Section 7. Relationships

Section 8.Working with Formulas

Section 9. Inheritance Mapping

Section 9.The Criteria API

Section 10.Working with Hibernate Query Language(HQL)

Section 11.Hibernate and Java Persistence / EJB 3

Section 12.Hibernate Advanced Concepts

Section 13. What is Spring?

Section 14. Introduction to Spring

Section 15. Inversion of Control(IOC)

Section 16. Working with Beans

Section 17. Annotation Based Configuration

Section 18.Basic bean wiring

Section 19. Advanced bean wiring

Section 20. Hitting the database

Section 21. Spring and pojo based remote services

Section 22.Sping and enterprise java beans

Section 23.Handling web requests

Section 24.Integrating with other web frameworks