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Java Spring with Hibernate Integrating Hibernate with Spring Create a SessionFactory and DataSource

1 Answer

Iván Hernández
Iván Hernández
575 Points

A JavaBean is just a standard... - All properties private (use getters/setters). - A public no-argument constructor. - Implements Serializable.

That's it. It's just a convention. Lots of libraries depend on it though....

You could find the same anwser on the internet, I learnt it from there, Next time, just google it.