Hibernate ORM Corporate Training Course

The instructor-led Hibernate ORM Training Program offered by Edstellar is designed to equip firms with the skills to use Hibernate in Java development effectively. This training ensures that teams gain the expertise necessary to leverage Hibernate effectively, improving the productivity and the overall quality of the software development projects.

36 - 40 hrs
Instructor-led (On-site/Virtual)
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Hibernate ORM Training

Drive Team Excellence with Hibernate ORM Corporate Training

On-site or Online Hibernate ORM Training - Get the best Hibernate ORM training from top-rated instructors to upskill your teams.

Hibernate ORM is a powerful and widely-used object-relational mapping (ORM) framework for Java applications, enabling seamless interaction between Java and databases.Our program provides in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience to master Hibernate's concepts and techniques.Discover the power of Hibernate with our comprehensive training program.Enhance your organization's productivity and efficiency through this instructor-led corporate training, available onsite or virtually.

Edstellar's Hibernate ORM Training Program is a comprehensive and flexible solution designed to meet the diverse training needs of organizations worldwide. Edstellar empowers employees, teams, and professionals to develop their skills and capabilities across various disciplines through various specialized programs.

How does the Hibernate ORM Training Program benefit organizations?

  • Enhances application performance and efficiency
  • Simplifies database operations and management
  • Reduces development time and effort
  • Enables seamless integration between Java and databases
  • Provides a scalable and reliable ORM framework

Equip your teams with the advanced skills and confidence they need to tackle complex challenges and inspire their colleagues with Edstellar's Hibernate ORM Training program. Our certified trainers are experts in diverse industries, guaranteeing top-notch training customized to your organization's specific needs.

Hibernate ORM Training for Employees: Key Learning Outcomes

Develop essential skills from industry-recognized Hibernate ORM training providers. The course includes the following key learning outcomes:

  • Integrate Hibernate with other frameworks and technologies
  • Implement Hibernate's core features and concepts effectively
  • Develop powerful and scalable Java applications using Hibernate
  • Optimize database interactions and improve application performance
  • Utilize Hibernate's advanced techniques for mapping, caching, and query optimization

Key Benefits of the Training

  • Get your teams trained by experienced and expert instructors
  • Assessments to evaluate the understanding and application of the training outcomes
  • Training schedule that minimizes disruption and aligns with the operational requirements
  • Post-training support, including access to resources, materials, and doubt-clearing sessions
  • Specialized tools and cutting-edge techniques are used for driving tangible results and impact within the organizations
  • Training methodology includes a mix of theoretical concepts, interactive exercises, case studies, and group discussions
  • Flexibility in program duration, training format, and the ability to tailor the content to align with the organization's unique needs and goals

Hibernate ORM Training Topics and Outline

This Hibernate ORM Training curriculum is meticulously designed by industry experts according to the current industry requirements and standards. The program provides an interactive learning experience that focuses on the dynamic demands of the field, ensuring relevance and applicability.

  1. Object Relation Mapping
    • Mapping concepts and principles
    • Benefits of using ORM
  2. JDBC vs Hibernate
    • Comparison of features and advantages
    • When to choose Hibernate over JDBC
  3. Installing Hibernate
    • Setup and configuration steps
    • Integration with development environment
  4. Using Hibernate with an IDE
    • IDE-specific features and plugins
    • Tips for efficient Hibernate development
  1. POJO and Persistence
    • Introduction to Persistent Java Objects (POJOs)
    • Mapping POJOs to database tables 
  2. Creating Hibernate Mappings
    • Mapping classes and properties
    • Mapping associations and relationships
  3. Hibernate Configuration File
    • Configuration options and settings
    • Database connection setup
  4. Session Factory
    • Creating and managing Session Factory
    • Configuration options for Session Factory
  5. Session
    • Basics of Hibernate Session
    • Performing CRUD operations using Session
  6. Working with Entities
    • Loading, saving, and updating entities
    • Deleting entities
  7. Transactions and Queries
    • Managing transactions in Hibernate
    • Executing HQL (Hibernate Query Language) queries
  1. Object States in Hibernate
    • Transient, Persistent, and Detached states
    • Understanding entity lifecycle 
  2. Common Hibernate Methods
    • Methods for persisting and retrieving entities
    • Methods for managing associations and relationships
  3. Working with Entities
    • Entity cascading and orphan removal
    • Handling lazy loading and eager loading
  1. Mapping Entities with Tables
    • XML mapping syntax and elements
    • Mapping entity properties and associations 
  2. Mapping Columns and Datatypes
    • Customizing column mappings
    • Mapping different data types
  3. Component Mapping
    • Mapping composite or embedded objects
    • Using component mapping for complex entities
  1. Introduction to Annotations
    • Benefits of using annotations for mapping
    • Annotation-based configuration vs. XML-based configuration 
  2. Annotation Pros and Cons
    • Considerations for using annotations in Hibernate
    • Best practices and potential drawbacks
  3. Basic Annotations in Hibernate
    • @Entity, @Table, @Id, @GeneratedValue, etc.
    • Mapping entity properties and associations with annotations
  4. Mapping Entities and Tables
    • Entity and table mapping with annotations
    • Customizing column mappings with annotations
  5. Mapping Columns and Data Types
    • Specifying data types and constraints with annotations
  1. Transactions
    • Definition and importance of transactions in Hibernate
    • ACID properties of transactions 
  2. Hibernate and Thread-Safety
    • Considerations for handling concurrent access in Hibernate
    • Thread safety best practices
  3. Introduction of HibernateUtil Class
    • Creating and managing the HibernateUtil class
    • Singleton pattern implementation
  4. Committing & Rolling Back Transactions
    • Committing and rolling back transactions in Hibernate
    • Handling transactional failures and rollbacks
  1. What are Generators
    • Overview of identifier generation strategies in Hibernate
    • Different types of generators available 
  2. About Generators Classes
    • Built-in generator classes in Hibernate
    • Customizing generator behaviour and configuration
  1. HQL Introduction
    • Overview and advantages of Hibernate Query Language
    • Comparison to SQL 
  2. Retrieving Data
    • Selecting entities and properties in HQL queries
    • Querying associations and relationships
  3. Using Operators
    • Using comparison, logical, and arithmetic operators in HQL
    • Understanding the syntax for using operators
  4. Sorting Results
    • Sorting query results in ascending and descending order
    • Applying multiple sorting criteria
  5. Using Scalar Queries
    • Retrieving specific fields or calculated values in HQL
    • Mapping query results to custom objects
  6. Using Parameters
    • Using named and positional parameters in HQL
    • Passing dynamic values to queries
  7. Using Aggregate Functions
    • Performing aggregate calculations in HQL
    • Functions like SUM, AVG, MAX, MIN, COUNT
  8. SubQuery
    • Writing subqueries in HQL
    • Using subqueries for complex data retrieval
  9. Pagination
    • Limiting and offsetting query results in HQL
    • Implementing pagination for large result sets
  10. GroupBy Example
    • Grouping query results using the GROUP BY clause
    • Aggregating data based on specified criteria
  11. Non-Select Queries
    • Performing non-select operations in HQL
    • Updating, deleting, and inserting data with HQL
  1. Native SQL Introduction
    • Using native SQL queries in Hibernate
    • Benefits and use cases for native SQL
  2. Retrieving Data
    • Executing SELECT queries with native SQL
    • Mapping and processing query results
  3. Using Operators
    • Applying operators in native SQL queries
    • Filtering and manipulating data with operators
  4. Using Scalar Queries
    • Retrieving specific fields or calculated values with native SQL
    • Mapping query results to custom objects
  5. Using Parameters
    • Passing parameters in native SQL queries
    • Avoiding SQL injection vulnerabilities
  6. Pagination
    • Implementing pagination in native SQL queries
    • Limiting and offsetting query results
  7. Named Query
    • Creating and executing named queries in Hibernate
    • Reusing and managing named queries
  8. Using Aggregate Functions
    • Performing aggregate calculations in native SQL
    • Functions like SUM, AVG, MAX, MIN, COUNT
  9. Using Stored Procedure
    • Invoking stored procedures from Hibernate
    • Mapping procedure parameters and results
  1. Criteria Introduction
    • Overview of Hibernate Criteria API
    • Benefits and use cases for Criteria queries 
  2. Criteria vs Criterion
    • Understanding the difference between Criteria and Criterion
    • Using Criterion for building conditions and restrictions
  3. Limitations of Criteria
    • Exploring the limitations and drawbacks of Criteria API
    • When to consider using other query methods in Hibernate
  1. Versioning
    • Implementing optimistic locking in Hibernate
    • Using versioning to handle concurrent updates 
  2. Inheritance Mapping Introduction
    • Different strategies for mapping inheritance in Hibernate
    • Choosing the appropriate inheritance mapping strategy
  3. Table per Class Mapping
    • Mapping inheritance using table per class strategy
    • Creating and managing database tables for subclasses
  4. Table per Subclass Mapping
    • Mapping inheritance using table per subclass strategy
    • Mapping common properties and associations
  5. Table per Concrete Mapping
    • Mapping inheritance using table per concrete class strategy
    • Handling polymorphic queries and associations
  1. Association Mappings
    • Overview of mapping associations in Hibernate
    • Understanding the different types of associations 
  2. One to One Association Mapping
    • Mapping one-to-one relationships in Hibernate
    • Configuring bidirectional and unidirectional associations
  3. One to Many Association Mapping
    • Mapping one-to-many relationships in Hibernate
    • Configuring cascade operations and orphan removal
  4. Many to One Association Mapping
    • Mapping many-to-one relationships in Hibernate
    • Handling foreign key associations and joins
  5. Many to Many Association Mapping
    • Mapping many-to-many relationships in Hibernate
    • Configuring join tables and mapping properties
  6. Collection Mapping Introduction
    • Introduction to mapping collections in Hibernate
    • Understanding different collection types
  7. How Collection Mapping Works?
    • Mapping collections using different mapping strategies
    • Configuring and managing collection mappings
  8. Collection Mapping Vs Association Mapping
    • Comparing collection mapping and association mapping
    • Choosing the appropriate mapping approach
  1. Cache Introduction
    • Understanding the concept and benefits of caching in Hibernate
    • Overview of first level and second level caching 
  2. First Level Cache
    • Exploring the first level cache in Hibernate
    • Caching entities and their associations
  3. Second Level Cache
    • Configuring and using second level cache in Hibernate
    • Configuring cache providers and regions
  1. Connection Pool Introduction
    • Understanding the need for connection pooling in Hibernate
    • Benefits and advantages of using connection pools 
  2. Default Pool
    • Using the default connection pool in Hibernate
    • Configuring pool size and timeout settings
  3. Third Party Vendor Connection Pool
    • Integrating and using third-party connection pools in Hibernate
    • Configuring and optimizing connection pool settings
  4. Server Supplied Pool
    • Utilizing server-supplied connection pools in Hibernate
    • Leveraging container-managed connection pooling capabilities

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The Hibernate ORM Training is tailored for organizations looking to upskill their development teams and professionals working on Java applications, database administrators and software engineers, technical leads and architects, and managers responsible for software development projects.

Prerequisites for Hibernate ORM Training

There are no prerequisites for Hibernate ORM Training. However, having familiarity with Java programming language and a basic understanding of databases and SQL is advantageous.

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