About Myself

I have been working with Java EE related technologies for the past fourteen and half years. My area of expertise has been Core Java, EJB, hibernate. JSF, XML, XSLT, Java EE 6. My exposure has largely been in persistence and its related technologies. I have dabbled in EJB 1.1/3.1, TopLink and the current favorite Hibernate. Besides persistence technologies I have used Open Source technologies like Castor, XStream, Velocity.

I have been a Project Manager for around 4 years in a reputed Indian IT company. However my first love continues to be technology and this site is my oasis where I intend to share my day-to-day technical on goings.

For past few years I have been playing a technical role and since then have been cruising thru a number of Java based technologies.

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13 thoughts on “About Myself

  1. Hi

    Please help me out in resolving the following problem

    I have three table NOTE_DETAILS,CUSIP_DETAILS,ORDER_DETALS.
    There is a uni directional one-to-one relation exists between
    NOTE_DETAILS,CUSIP_DETAILS.
    and one-to-many relation exists between NOTE_DETAILS ,ORDER_DETALS.

    When iam updating the NOTE_DETALS bean the CUSIP_DETALS bean,List of
    ORDER_DETALS beans should get inserted automatically.
    Is it possible to do like this.

    Plz advise.

    Thanks
    Anupama

  2. Anupama,

    As long as you have defined the hibernate relationships properly any changes made to a persistent object should be automatically done on session.save() invocation. For configuration details please refer my two posts titled “Investigating Hibernate Associations – One to One” and “Investigating Hibernate Associations – One to Many”.

  3. Hello !

    Nice blog of yours !

    I just read a nicely written article on hibernate many to many relationship.

    It did the job and solved the issue I had. Cheers!

    As a newbie in Hibernate I now have a question:

    Is there any point in having a UNI-directional many to many relationship..?

    Thanks

    Stephane

    PS: No Grails on your blog..?

  4. Many thanks for your kind words.

    There is definitely a point in having a uni-directional many-to-many relationship. Let’s take the example of a many-to-many relationship between Person and Address or the example in my blog Person and Phone. One would ideally want to navigate from Person to his/her address/phone, but I doubt there are many real-world requirements to move from Phone to Person or Address to Person.

    I hope I have answered your question.

    Sorry but I am not into Grails development. I am currently working on Flex. So you can expect some Flex related stuff soon.

  5. Hi Vinay

    Was searching some solution for bean initializations in a ordered manner for a current issue I am having and landed on your tech blog from Google! Good to see you after many years and your tech solution. Will check out how the SmartLifeCycle feature helps me!!

    –Shailesh Welankar.

  6. Hi

    I want to print uuid from the input payload in a logger.

    Please suggest how to write MEL

    00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000

    2006-05-04T18:13:51Z

  7. Hello!
    Show me, please, dependencies in “pom.xml” for article “XML comparison tutorial using XMLUnit”, because I try to launch by IntelliJ IDEA and get a message about mistake “Error:(43, 13) java: cannot find symbol
    symbol: class Diff”.
    I think my dependencies is’nt correct.

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