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Spring and Hibernate

Spring 4.x :

1.Learning Spring Core.

2.Understanding Spring AOP

3.Data access in Spring


1.Learning Spring Core.

1.1 Understanding dependency injection

1.2 Understanding the Spring application context

1.3 Implementing a Spring application by configuring and using Spring beans

1.4 Writing lifecycle hooks and BeanPostProcessors

1.5 Writing event handling logic

2.Understanding Spring AOP

2.1 Understanding Aspect Oriented Programming

2.2 Writing an Aspect in Java

2.3 Implementing Pointcuts and JoinPoints

2.4 Understanding and writing different types of Advice

2.5 Understanding AOP Proxies

3.Data access in Spring

3.1 Understanding data access in Spring

3.2 Implementing Spring”s JDBC Template support

3.3 Performing read and write operations

3.4 Integrating with the Hibernate ORM framework .




This course provides an introduction to the Hibernate ORM framework. You will understand the concept of Object Relational Mapping (ORM). You will learn to use Hibernate to write Java applications that connect to a relational database. You will also learn various JPA annotations that let you map classes to relational models.

Understanding ORM

Using Hibernate to access and work with a database

Using JPA and Hibernate annotations

Mapping classes of various complexities to a relational database schema

Learning about the lifecycle of entities and how Hibernate works


4.1 This unit introduces you to the Hibernate framework. You’ll understand what ORM means and the role Hibernate plays as an ORM. You’ll also create a simple working Java application that uses Hibernate to save an object to the database.

4.2 JPA and Entity Mapping with JPA

In this unit, you’ll start learning about JPA annotations – a way for you to map Java classes and its member variables into relational database tables.

4.3 Mapping Collections and Inheritance Heirarchies

This unit covers advanced JPA annotations for mapping arrays, collections and several object oriented constructs like associations and inheritance.

Advanced Java

 Database and SQL Fundamentals

Relational Databases and SQL

Database, Schema, Tables, Columns and Rows


Sequences , Stored Procedures

Using SQL Terminals



J2EE Overview

Why J2EE?

J2EE Architecture


J2EE Containers


HTML Forms

Servlets Overview

Servlet Lifecycle: init(), service(), destroy()

GenericServlet, ServletRequest, and ServletResponse

HttpServletRequest, HttpServletResponse and HttpServlet

Request-response, headers, GET, POST


JDBC Fundamentals

Advanced JDBC

Introduction to Row Sets

JDBC classes and the java.sql

Connecting to databases

JDBC design patterns

Session Management

HTTP as a stateless protocol

Hidden form fields


session tracking

Http Session

Exception handling and error pages


Single Thread Model interface

JavaServer Pages


JSP architecture , JSP tags and JSP expressions

Fixed Template Data , Lifecycle of a JSP

Model View Controller (MVC)

Model 1/Model 2 Architecture

Data Sharing among servlets & JSP

Request, application, session and page scope

JSP implicit objects


JNDI overview


Context operations

Using JNDI in J2EE applications

Web services


Basic of java script to Java Script Framework Node Js or Angular JS


Building REST services with Spring .

Spring Batch

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