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In the classic style of Manning’s “In Action” series,

NHibernate in Action shows

.NET developers how to use the NHibernate Object/Relational Mapping tool.

This book is a translation from Java to .NET, as well as an expansion, of

Manning’s bestselling Hibernate in Action. All traces of Java have been carefully

replaced by their .NET equivalents. The book shows how to implement

complex business objects, and later teaches advanced techniques like caching

and session management. Readers will discover how to implement persistence in

a .NET application, and how to configure NHibernate to specify the mapping

information between business objects and database tables. Readers will also be

introduced to the internal architecture of NHibernate by progressively building

a complete sample application using Agile methodologies.

Biographie de l'auteur

Pierre Henri Kuaté

is one of the main developers on the NHibernate project

team and is a major contributor to the NHibernate forum. He’s responsible for

managing the NHibernate documentation, web site and forum on the

Hibernate.org site. He started using NHibernate more than two years ago in

commercial development.

Christian Bauer is a member of the Hibernate developer team and a trainer, consultant,

and product manager for Hibernate, EJB 3.0, and JBoss Seam at JBoss.

He is the lead author of Hibernate in Action and Java Persistence with Hibernate.

The second coauthor, Gavin King, is a lead developer at JBoss, the creator of

Hibernate and a member of the EJB 3.0 (JSR 220) expert group. He also leads

the Web Beans JSR 299, a standardization effort involving Hibernate concepts,

JSF, and EJB 3.0.

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Format: Broché Achat vérifié
La référence, puisque c'est le seul ouvrage traitant de NHibernate au jour d'aujourd'hui.

Bien écrit (en Anglais !), très pratique pour éviter d'avoir le nez dans l'écran et pouvoir surligner l'essentiel, vous y apprendre plein de choses intéressantes tout en suivant le fil conducteur d'un site d'enchères.

Cet ouvrage est un bon complément aux documentations en ligne, puisque son désavantage est de ne pas suivre les évolutions de ce super ORM en constante modification.
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Par TJA le 30 septembre 2009
Format: Broché
Très bon livre qui touche non seulement à la partie technique concernant l'utilisation de NHibernate mais aussi à la partie liée à l'architecture des applications pour tirer vraiment tout de NHibernate. A lire absoluement
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HASH(0x8efca66c) étoiles sur 5 Outdated, and almost copied from Hibernate in Action 25 mars 2009
Par George Jiang - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Most of the text in this book is copied from Hibernate in Action, a best-seller in 2004, except some C#2005 example code for an old NHibernate release - NHibernate 1.2, the equivalent dotNET version of Java Hibernate 2.1 covered by Hibernate in Action.

The current NHibernate release is 2.0, which had been released for six months before this book was published.

And the revised edition of Hibernate in Action, Java Persistence with Hibernate (covering Hibernate 3.2), was published in November 2006, two years and three months before this book.
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HASH(0x8efca6c0) étoiles sur 5 Technically deep, but only covers older 1.2 version and integration with .Net 1.x or 2.x, nothing specific to 3.x 2 mars 2009
Par Sunflower - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
More than a year after the release of NHibernate 1.2, a .Net port of the highly successful and popular Java Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) tool mirroring the feature sets of Hibernate 2 and 3, a book providing dedicated coverage of the tool for .Net developers finally gets published! Like the Hibernate In Action book it is based on, this book is divided into three parts: Discovering ORM With NHibernate (Chapters 1-2), NHibernate Deep Dive (Chapters 3-7), and NHibernate in the Real World (Chapters 8-10). Developers unfamiliar with ORM and Hibernate will find the first two parts of the book very useful. Those chapters are very well-written, easy to follow, and provide sufficiently deep technical details. Developers looking for guidance on what to look out for when building NHibernate applications would benefit from discussions on how to handle session management, security, and performance / scalability concerns. Data binding (to web- and windows-forms) strategies are also discussed, but in my opinion, only to a limited extent. Given that NHibernate 1.2 takes advantage of features present only up to .Net 2.0, the book also reads like a somewhat outdated book: for example, how to integrate with .Net's DataSet technology (something that Microsoft is starting to move away from in favor of newer technologies) is discussed, but there is no discussion of potential problem integrating with the newer data binding mechanisms used in Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). Also, even though NHibernate 2 has been released since September 2008, nothing about it made it into the book.
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HASH(0x8efcaaf8) étoiles sur 5 The NHibernate Bible 5 juillet 2009
Par Jess Chadwick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I'd argue that this book may be more appropriately naming something along the lines of "ORM in Action (with a focus on NHibernate)" because it is not only a bible for understanding and using NHibernate, but for ORM concepts in general! The authors skillfully intertwine detailed and insightful discussion of general database, ORM, and enterprise development concepts with the nitty-gritty implementation details of NHibernate, all in an easy-to-read manner. Beginning with a tour of many of the various ORM (and ORM-ish) solutions available to .NET developers and ending with a few chapters dedicated to discussing best practices of enterprise application development, this is a very well-rounded book that is easily digested by developers of pretty much any skill level. I knew only high-level details about NHibernate and had a few mis-guided attempts at implementing it by myself prior to reading this book, but now I feel incredibly confident that I will be able to create plenty of NHibernate-driven applications with ease. Another great benefit is the comfort I get from knowing that when I hit any more snafus in the future, it is obviously that this book will be there as a solid reference to help get me through.

The cons? Yeah, I agree with many of the other comments/reviews when they say that it'd be nice if the book discussed NHibernate 2 & .NET 3.x functionality (like LINQ-to-NHibernate), but I think those expectations are somewhat unrealistic. Because of its open source nature, NHibernate is a living organism with stark contrast to a published book. Due to this contrast, I am more interested in a text that can explain the fundamental concepts than an incredibly in-depth (and quickly obsolete!) explanation of the technical implementation of those concepts.

When it comes down to it, this is a great book that delivers on its promises and provides a comprehensive look at NHibernate in Action and how you can get it working for you. I'm just gonna come right out and say it - this is the NHibernate Bible.
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HASH(0x8efcaec4) étoiles sur 5 Ok.... But 21 mars 2009
Par J. Nolan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Like everyone else, NHiberate 2 out long after this book was finally published. Book would be great if it mentioned or covered anything about Nhiberate 2... but maybe the next book...
HASH(0x8efcafa8) étoiles sur 5 Great reference for Hibernate 14 octobre 2010
Par fitzroy95 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Hibernate has been around in the Java world for a while now, and this NHibernate reference does a great job of documenting its arrival into the .Net world, explaining the concepts, showing the mapping process and providing good examples of mechanisms and mapping processes required.

A necessary read for all wanting to understand and implement a simple data access mapping layer in the .Net world.
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