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Specific JPA 2 related enhancements from Beta-2 include:

Additional enhancements from Beta-2 include:

  • Expanded and more consistent read-only support

Check out the release details for the full list of changes.

The artifacts have all been published to the JBoss Maven repository. Additionally the release bundles have been uploaded to SourceForge.

Please report any issues to Jira. Visit us on IRC or the forums if you have a usage question.

A lot of effort from many folks went into this release and I'd like to thank everyone for all the bug reports, patches and development work that went into this.

Thanks!

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14. Jan 2010, 22:45 CET | Link

yeah!!! i love it!

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14. Jan 2010, 23:34 CET | Link

Awesome! Almost there :-)

 
15. Jan 2010, 01:47 CET | Link

Thanks guys. Yeah it really is coming along nicely. A lot of the work left is what I'd call questionable cases that the spec committee decide to allow; like the derived identifier garbage, et al.

The criteria API turned out very nice. In fact, I think I will deprecate the Hibernate criteria api in favor of this jpa one.

 
15. Jan 2010, 07:10 CET | Link

Where can I find some information about generating meta model classes for criteria queries?

 
15. Jan 2010, 08:48 CET | Link
Juergen Zimmermann wrote on Jan 15, 2010 01:10:
Where can I find some information about generating meta model classes for criteria queries?

http://in.relation.to/Bloggers/HibernateStaticMetamodelGeneratorAnnotationProcessor ?

 
16. Jan 2010, 03:24 CET | Link

Congratulations! I ve just tested and I as able to change a small project that makes heavy use of the new Criteria API from EclipseLink to this new Hibernate version flawlessly. Although I do like the new Criteria API, I prefer using Strings (or even the dynamic meta model) instead of the Static Meta Model.

 
17. Jan 2010, 00:55 CET | Link
Adam

You have a wrong date on the home page:

02.11.2009 - Hibernate Core 3.5.0-Beta-3

 
18. Jan 2010, 23:37 CET | Link
Paulo Silveira wrote on Jan 15, 2010 21:24:
Congratulations! I ve just tested and I as able to change a small project that makes heavy use of the new Criteria API from EclipseLink to this new Hibernate version flawlessly. Although I do like the new Criteria API, I prefer using Strings (or even the dynamic meta model) instead of the Static Meta Model.

Curious. I think the StaticMetamodel is one of the real beauties here, especially as IDEs begin to support this better and better and keep it up to date for you for code completion.

 
18. Jan 2010, 23:40 CET | Link
Adam wrote on Jan 16, 2010 18:55:
You have a wrong date on the home page: 02.11.2009 - Hibernate Core 3.5.0-Beta-3

Hmm, someone must have fixed it already. Its correct now...

 
25. Jan 2010, 22:37 CET | Link
Paulo Silveira wrote on Jan 15, 2010 21:24:
Congratulations! I ve just tested and I as able to change a small project that makes heavy use of the new Criteria API from EclipseLink to this new Hibernate version flawlessly. Although I do like the new Criteria API, I prefer using Strings (or even the dynamic meta model) instead of the Static Meta Model.

And what is wrong with EclipseLink? They have already released a version with full JPA 2.0.

 
26. Jan 2010, 16:57 CET | Link
Cameron

One point of confusion: the docs for Annotations and EntityManager (https://www.hibernate.org/397.html) say NOTE : Both Hibernate Annotations and Hibernate EntityManager are part of Hibernate Core as of 3.5.x...

But this isn't true? The hibernate-core-3.5.0-Beta-3.jar artifact at http://repository.jboss.com/maven2 doesn't contain the org.hibernate.annotation package. I still need a dependency on hibernate-annotations-3.5.0-Beta-3.jar...

So what does it mean, Annotations is part of Core ??

 
29. Jan 2010, 13:30 CET | Link
Cameron wrote on Jan 26, 2010 10:57:
So what does it mean, Annotations is part of Core ??

It means that they now live in the same SVN project, now share the same release cycle, use the same version numbers and get bundled into the same release bundle (the stuff available from SourceForge). Hibernate Core aims to be modular to isolate dependencies as much as possible in terms of transitive dependencies for your projects. Hibernate Core has quite a few jars.

 
08. Jul 2010, 05:36 CET | Link

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