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  • Hibernate Architecture
  • Understanding First Hibernate application
  • Hibernate in Eclipse
  • Hibernate in MyEclipse
  • Hibernate with annotation
  • Hibernate Web application
  • Hibernate Generator classes
  • Hibernate Dialects
  • Hibernate with Log4j 1
  • Hibernate with Log4j 2
  • Table Per Hierarchy
  • Table Per Hierarchy using Annotation
  • Table Per Concrete
  • Table Per Concreteusing Annotation
  • Table Per Subclass
  • Table Per Subclass using Annotation
  • Mapping List
  • One-to-many by List using XML
  • Many to Many by List using XML
  • One To Many by List using Annotation
  • Mapping Bag
  • One-to-many by Bag
  • Mapping Set
  • One-to-many by Set
  • Mapping Map
  • Many-to-many by Map
  • Bidirectional
  • Lazy Collection
  • One-to-one using Primary Key
  • One-to-one using Foreign Key
  • First Level Cache
  • Second Level Cache
  • Hibernate and Struts
  • Hibernate and Spring
  • Spring Modules
  • Spring Application
  • Spring in Myeclipse
  • Spring in Eclipse
  • Constructor Injection
  • CI Dependent Object
  • CI with collection
  • CI with Map
  • CI Inheriting Bean
  • Setter Injection
  • SI Dependent Object
  • SI with Collection
  • SI with Map
  • CI vs SI
  • Autowiring
  • Factory Method

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  • AOP Terminology
  • AOP Implementations
  • Pointcut
  • Advices
  • JdbcTemplate Example
  • PreparedStatement
  • ResultSetExtractor
  • RowMapper
  • NamedParameter
  • SimpleJdbcTemplate
  • Spring with Hibernate
  • Spring with JPA
  • SpEL Examples
  • Operators in SpEL
  • variable in SpEL
  • Spring with RMI
  • Http Invoker
  • Hessian
  • Burlap
  • Spring with JMS
  • Spring with JAXB
  • Spring with Xstream
  • Spring with Castor
  • Spring with Struts2
  • Login and Logout Application

After Studying core java and advance java all the students have to develop a
small project based on JDBC, Servlet and JSP. Students can do project in a group
of 2-3 students. Students are encourage to deploy their development skills
under the guidance of faculty.