Persistent Classes in Hibernate
A simple POJO example
Most Java applications require a persistent class representing felines
Rules Of Persistent Classes
All persistent classes must have a default constructor
Implementing inheritance in Hibernate
A subclass must also observe the first and second rules
Implementing equals() and hashCode() in Hibernate
Hibernate guarantees equivalence of persistent identity (database row)
Tuplizers in Hibernate
org.hibernate.tuple.Tuplizer, and its sub-interfaces, are responsible for
EntityNameResolvers in Hibernate
The hibernate test suite has an example of this exact style of usage under the org.hibernate.test.dynamicentity.tuplizer2.

Hibernate Tutorial for beginners with Examples

Mapping in Hibernate or Association Mapping in Hibernate

Database Portability Considerations

Mapping with Annotation in Hibernate

Collection mapping

Basic O/R Mapping

Hibernate Mapping types

Caching machanism

HQL: The Hibernate Query Language

Join in hibenrate

Advanced collection mappings

Batch processing

Native SQL

Criteria Queries

Fetching strategies in Hibernate From the DataBase

Hibernate Step By Step Application Using Struts On NetBeans

Hibernate Step By Step Application Using Swing On NetBeans

Hibernate Step By Step Application Using Spring On NetBeans

Hibernate Step By Step Application Using Servlet On NetBeans

Interceptors and events

Filtering data in Hibernate

Working with objects

XML Mapping in Hibernate

Transactions and Concurrency in Hibernate

Inheritance mapping

Component Mapping In Hibernate

Use of Configuration in Hibernate

Persistent Classes in Hibernate

Toolset Guide in Hibernate

Difference Between Save and Persist Method