When i learn about java 8, I have thinking about how to use Java Date and Time in POJOs. i have tried using converters,but i’d don’t satisfied using it. Timeline in twitter gave me information, Hibernate ORM 5.0.0 release. I Reading the spesification And…
Well, ok.. not all of Java 8. Specifically we have added support for Java 8 Date and Time API in regards to easily mapping attributes in your domain model using the Java 8 Date and Time API types to the database. This support is available under the dedicated hibernate-java8 artifact (to isolate Java 8 dependencies). For additional information, see the Basic Types chapter in the Domain Model Mapping Guide.
Gotcha…!!, Let’s Go to Code!!!
I’m Create Sample Table To test the Code
Point Test is Database type and Java8 Object
- TimeStamp = LocalDateTime
- Time = LocalTime
- Date = LocalDate
Hibernate 5 support LocalDateTime available under the dedicated hibernate-java8 artifact.
Method Getter’s and Setter’s automatically generated by annotation @Data using library Projectlombok.
The Main Class create 10 of data and persist in Database.
For All Code you can see in my Github.
- Maria DB 10
- Java 1.8
- Hibernate 5.0.0.Final
- http://docs.jboss.org/hibernate/orm/5.0/mappingGuide/en-US/html_single/ #Hibernate-provided BasicTypes