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From Rodrigo <>
Subject Re: DeltaSpike + Hibernate Session feature
Date Wed, 25 Sep 2013 17:41:13 GMT
Thanks to all for responses!

Clarifying my question, today we use in our company hibernate session to manage our data,
that are mapped on hbm files. I didn't know that EntityManagers could manage these files,
only entity-mappings one or annotations.

I''ll try to use JPA through hbm to see the results. If everything went fine i'll give a try
to DeltaSpike.

I agree with you about framework independence of DeltaSpike, relying to JEE 6 spec.

Best regards


Enviado via iPhone

Em 25/09/2013, às 13:47, "John D. Ament" <> escreveu:

> Also, since Hibernate is a JPA implementation, your question seems a
> little confusing.  Even if you use hbm.xml files, you can still
> bootstrap an entity manager factory in hibernate.
> I think the current implementation assumes an EE type environment.
> John
> On Wed, Sep 25, 2013 at 12:43 PM, Jason Porter <> wrote:
>> To my knowledge there are no plans for diving into specific
>> implementations. We want to stay pure Java EE. Of course if others would
>> like to comment they're welcome.
>> On Wed, Sep 25, 2013 at 4:19 AM, Rodrigo <> wrote:
>>> Hi enveryone,
>>> I've been testing DeltaSpike 0.4 with the standard architecture of my
>>> company, but found some troubles to inject Session object in my CDI beans.
>>> I cant use JPA, so my Domain classes are mapped by HBM files. I opened the
>>> source files of the framework and realized that only entitymanagers are
>>> available.
>>> Is there intention to make Deltaspike Hibernate compatible? If yes, when
>>> its planned to be released?
>>> Thanks in advance
>>> Rodrigo
>>> Enviado via iPad
>> --
>> Jason Porter

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