Welcome to the Hibernate community newsletter in which we share blog posts, forum, and StackOverflow questions that are especially relevant to our users.
Starting with JPA and Hibernate is fairly easy. However, getting the best out of the underlying database system, JDBC driver or JPA implementation is what many developers find challenging. These Hibernate performance tuning tips are going to help you speed uo your data access layer, as well as getting a better understanding of how Hibernate works behind the scenes.
Eugen Paraschiv wrote a very good article which teaches you how to improve the performance of a Java application.
Marko Bekhta wrote an article about validating multiple properties with Bean Validation.
When using JPA and Hibernate, it’s not uncommon to want to clone or duplicate a given entity. This article shows you how to use the copy constructor to clone an entity so that you control the associations being cloned.
If you want to know how to leverage the full-text search capabilities of SAP HANA using Hibernate, check out this article written by Jonathan Bregler.
This article shows you three ways you can implement an audit log when using JPA and Hibernate:
custom JPA callbacks,
Hibernate Envers or
Spring Data Audit capabilities
In this article, you will see how to map an entity query to a custom DTO class using the JPA constructor result or the Hibernate-specific
Hibernate Search has released three versions (5.10.4, 5.9.3, 5.6.6). If you’re using Hibernate Search, you might want to upgrade to the latest version of your branch and benefit from all the enhancements being added to the project.