Introduction In this article, we are going to see how we can encrypt and decrypt JSON properties when using JPA and Hibernate. While encrypting the entire column value is very straightforward, when it comes to JSON columns, we need to preserve the JSON object structure while only encrypting the JSON property values.
Introduction In this article, we are going to see how easy it is to map an SQL Server JSON column when using the Hibernate Types project. Not only that the hibernate-types project supports JSON column types for PostgreSQL and MySQL and Oracle, but, as you will see in this article, the JsonStringType works just fine when using Microsoft SQL Server.
Introduction In this article, we are going to see how to map the PostgreSQL interval column type to a Java Duration object using Hibernate and the hibernate-types project. Another very useful feature introduced by the hibernate-types project is that all types extending the ImmutableType can now be treated as standard org.hibernate.type.Type, therefore enabling a much better Hibernate Core API integration.
Introduction In this article, we are going to see how to map the PostgreSQL range column types with JPA and Hibernate. Luckily, you don’t have to implement a custom Hibernate type for the PostgreSQL range column type since the hibernate-types project already provides support for it.
Introduction In this article, we are going to see how to map the PostgreSQL inet type with JPA and Hibernate. Traditionally, PostgreSQL has been offering more column types than other relational database systems. Previously, I showed you how to map JSON and ARRAY as Hibernate Types, and mapping the PostgreSQL inet type is going to be just as easy. You don’t even have to implement these types since they are available via the hibernate-types project.
Introduction As previously explained, the SINGLE_TABLE inheritance is the most efficient entity inheritance strategy. However, for JPQL query such as this one: Hibernate generates a SQL query which filters by the associated discriminator column (e.g. DTYPE by default): So, because we are filtering by the discriminator column, we might want to index it or include it to speed up queries. However, the default STRING DiscriminatorType expects a VARCHAR column that must hold the longest entity subclass name. For the Announcement class, we need at least 12 bytes to store the entity class… Read More