Hibernate with Creator

It has been a long while since I posted something on my blog. And it will be a while again since I am taking a personal leave in January for a while, so I decided to capture my work here, before I forget what I was working on :)

I have been working on a test case management tool for internal use using Creator 2 Update 1. Yes I am aware of the Visual Web Pack, and we may switch over some day - but for now, we are sticking with Creator 2.

We are using Hibernate for database object/relational persistence - and it's cool! There is a very nice tutorial available for Creator, which made our lives so much easier. Thanks to the doc team for creating such a great tutorial.

Using Hibernate With the Sun Java Studio Creator IDE

Due to various reasons, we ended up writing most of the xml files by hand, but I have learned that there are a few plugins that are available for both NetBeans and Eclipse that will generate the configuration files automatically. We have not had a chance to spend a lot of time investigating them yet, but if you have, I would appreciate it if you can let us know what you think of the following plugins.

For NetBeans -

1. Hibernate plugin for NetBeans 5.0
2. Plug-in Hibernate Support

and for Eclipse -

1. Hibernate Synchronizer

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