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Thread: Hibernate in NetBeans

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    Default Hibernate in NetBeans


    I want to use Hibernate in NetBeans 6.8.Can any one pls tell me Where to download hibernate plugin.In Tools->Plugins,
    I cannot find Hibernate in the Options.Thanks in Advance.
    Last edited by manjula; May 14th, 2012 at 06:53 AM.

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    Default Re: Hibernate in NetBeans

    Hello manjula!
    I haven't tried Hibernate but I think you can find it at Hibernate - Browse /hibernate3 at SourceForge.net.
    And HibernateAndVisualWebProject - NetBeans Wiki is a netbeans tutorial for Hibernate.
    And also multiple posting is not allowed. Please read the forum rules.

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