Over the weekend we released both Hibernate ORM
5.6.9.Final and Hibernate Reactive
Hibernate ORM 6.0 makes mapping UUID values easy, including use of generated UUID values as identifiers.
By default, Hibernate will map
UUID values to either
a database-specific UUID type, if one -
UNIQUEIDENTIFIERfor T-SQL variants, etc.
BINARYif the database does not define a specific UUID type.
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Today, we published a new maintenance release of Hibernate ORM 6.0: 6.0.1.Final.
This release introduces a few minor improvements as well as bug fixes.
It has been years in the making, but ORM 6.0 Final has finally been released!
This announcement will discuss the major changes, as well as give insight into why certain choices were made.
We will also be following up with a series of more focused posts targeting specific improvements or cool new features. Stay tuned!
This week we released both Hibernate ORM version
The second candidate release for Hibernate ORM 6.0 has been released.
We fully expect this to be the last release candidate and currently plan on having the 6.0 final release within the next 2-4 weeks.
This release was held up a bit working on passing the Jakarta Persistence TCK. Mainly we had to wait for our challenges and proposed challenges to be discussed and accepted. This release fully passes the 3.1 TCK! Hopefully we will soon pass the 3.0 TCK as well, but we are still waiting on resolution of some challenges there.
The first candidate release!
Hibernate ORM version
5.6.5.Final is now available, improving compatibility with the latest version of H2.
We just released Hibernate ORM version
Hibernate ORM 6.0.0.Beta3 has been released. Just in time for the holidays!
We are especially excited for this release because it feels like the last beta on the long journey it has taken to develop 6.0. Lots of work has gone into Beta3, but like Beta2 most of that work has been behind the scenes. A few specific things of note: