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Thread: Hibernate Advantages over JDBC

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    Default Hibernate Advantages over JDBC

    HI,
    I have doubt in my mind.
    What are the advantages in Hibernate over JDBC?

    Thanks in Advance
    Noorul


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    Default Re: Hibernate Advantages over JDBC

    What have your Google searches told you? And your review of articles available online including Wikipedia? What specific questions do you have that wouldn't require the writing of a complete tutorial?

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