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Tutorial: Hibernate, Spring, HSQL, Eclipse and Maven

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Tutorial: Hibernate, Spring, HSQL, Eclipse and Maven
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Publisher: Lulu.com
Number of pages: 33

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Tutorials on popular frameworks - Hibernate & Spring. Tutorial 4: Hibernate,HSQL Database, Maven and Eclipse Tutorial 5: Spring, Hibernate, Maven and Eclipse Tutorial 6: Spring AOP Tutorials 1-3: Java, Maven 2, Eclipse & JSF Tutorials 7-8: JSF, Facelets, Spring-JSF, Maven & Eclipse Tutorials 9-10: Putting it all together.

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