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From hivemind-...@jakarta.apache.org
Subject [Jakarta HiveMind Wiki] Updated: HibernateSupport
Date Mon, 06 Dec 2004 10:33:38 GMT
   Date: 2004-12-06T02:33:38
   Editor: JeanFrancoisPoilpret <jfpoilpret@yahoo.fr>
   Wiki: Jakarta HiveMind Wiki
   Page: HibernateSupport
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/jakarta-hivemind/HibernateSupport

   no comment

Change Log:

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  6. Provide full access to Hibernate "Session" power (no limited interface of it): one idea
is to leveredge Hibernate knowledge of users base. This means, for instance, that in my DAO
implementation classes I shall get access to a service (injected by Hivemind) that implements
Session interface. I think using a "HibernateTemplate" as in Spring is not as good as it seems,
because it can "hide" some useful Hibernate possibilities.
  7. Allow configuration fo which exceptions must rollback transactions (Nice to have?): I
find this idea interesting, but it should not be mandatory, I mean this could make the configuration
hard to read and maintain. I think there should be acceptable defaults if we do not provide
any config for it.
  8. Possibility to map checked HibernateException into RT exceptions (Nice to have, maybe
out of scope): Actually, I am the one who initiated such a request. But having it means creating
a "Hibernate Template" like in Spring, which means selecting a subset of Hibernate methods,
possibly removing some not so often used -but still useful- capabilities. After thinking again
about that problem, I had an idea of a more generic way to handle the problem of checked Vs.
unchecked exceptions. But this is not related to the hibernate integration in Hivemind (although
developers might use it in this context). Since I just started with this idea I will expose
it later in a separate thread.
+
+Jean-Francois Poilpet:
+Finally, almost all the points above have been reached in [http://hivetranse.sourceforge.net
HiveTranse] Open Source project, which is a generic transaction framework for HiveMind, which
currently supports JDBC and Hibernate, and is planned to support JTA in the near future.

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