This two part series on Patterns of persistence for ORM's, makes use of Hibernate to demonstrate basic persistence concepts, like: Implementing common functionality in the domain, reducing code duplication in the data access tier and consistently handling auditing of entity changes. Additionally, in the latter part of the series more advanced topics like base domain entities, behavior in the domain model and features of a generic DAO are covered, as well as, strategies for enhancing data-retrieval performance with the domain model. Read Part 1 : http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/java/library/j-pop1/index.html Read Part 2: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/java/library/j-pop2/
- Posted by: Daniel Rubio
- Posted on: April 26 2008 17:49 EDT
Hi, There is a site with an idea of discussing design patterns with some case studies and context, i found it interesting, do have a look in your free time. http://context2designpatterns.googlepages.com/ http://context2designpatterns.googlepages.com/context-design-patterns.html http://context2designpatterns.googlepages.com/business-delegate-advantages.html http://context2designpatterns.googlepages.com/data-access-object-advantages.html http://context2designpatterns.googlepages.com/session-facade-advantages.html http://context2designpatterns.googlepages.com/template-java-design-pattern.html I am sure you will like it, as i liked it. thanks.