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From Brian McCallister <mccallis...@forthillcompany.com>
Subject Re: PhillyJUG OJB Slides
Date Wed, 31 Mar 2004 22:31:30 GMT
He put code together, but if it isn't linked from the Spring site, I 
don't know how to get it (I don't have it).

The Spring tx stuff is very pervasive, I agree =( It does allow 
integrated transactions across JDBC, Spring DAO, JDO, Hibernate, etc 
though. I kept looking at it and saying "I don't have time to learn 
this." =(

Let me know if I can help, though.

-Brian

On Mar 31, 2004, at 4:12 PM, Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

> Brian McCallister wrote:
>
>> A few people expressed interest in the slides from my PhillyJUG OJB 
>> presentation last night, so I have put them online at 
>> http://kasparov.skife.org/ojb-phillyjug.pdf
>
>
> Brian did Thomas end up putting together any code for Spring OJB Impl?
>
> I took a close look this weekend at Spring and how we'd make an OJB 
> Impl.  It doesn't look too hard.  My concern is that the Impl would be 
> incredibly Spring specific.  What I mean right now is that I can write 
> OJB code and handle the transactions myself, but at least that same 
> code is reusable in any framework (other than Spring).  If we make a 
> Spring OJB Impl, then there will be Spring template calls, which then 
> make the whole enchilada incredibly Spring centric.
>
> I understand why they do that; to control transactions across 
> containers etc... which makes the actual code the user has to deal 
> with also smaller... but is that what we want?
>
> I am actually surprised at how invasive the ORM layer of Spring is, 
> since the rest of the code you write is completely generic.
>
> I am willing to start researching and writing some code based on the 
> current various impls of the ORM Interfaces, I just need to make sure 
> that I didn't misunderstand something first :-)
>
> Thanks
> R
>
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