Inspired by this comment on my blog, in this article, we are going to see how to use a UUID entity identifier that is auto-generated by Hibernate either in the JVM or using database-specific UUID functions.
Post entity looks as follows:
Post entity has a UUID identifier and a title. Now, let’s see how we can map the
Post entity so that the UUID identifier be auto-generated for us.
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Like other non-functional requirements, portability is a feature. While portability is very important when working on an open-source framework that will be used in a large number of setups, for end systems, portability might not be needed at all.
This article aims to explain that you don’t have to avoid database or framework-specific features if you want to achieve portability.
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While answering this question on the Hibernate forum, I realized that it’s a good idea to write an article about getting the actual execution plan for an Oracle SQL query using Hibernate query hints feature.
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In this article, you are going to learn how to map a JPA entity to the ResultSet of a SQL query using the
@Subselect Hibernate-specific annotation.
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Sergey Chupov asked me a very good question on Twitter:
In this article, I’m going to show you how to cache null results when using JPA and Hibernate.
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