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From Rick <ric...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Using ibatis in a standalone jar with Spring, and also using spring in web tier
Date Fri, 09 Jan 2009 05:31:13 GMT
I meant spring-context not application-context, you know the spring
config file:)

On Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 12:29 AM, Rick <rickcr@gmail.com> wrote:
> This is really more of a Spring question I guess, but I'll ask here first.
>
> I want to have all my persistence classes (services and daos) that use
> ibatis to be bundled in a standalone jar that my war (or possibly
> multiple wars in an ear) can use. I'm using Spring for
> mSqlMapClientDaoSupport and all my tests run fine. The architecture is
> such that I have a service class that can call one or several daos in
> each method. All of these beans are defined in my
> application-context.xml.
>
> In my webapp I'm also using Spring but I having difficulty
> understanding how I set up things so that I can I have an isolated
> application-context.xml file that loads for my persistence(ibatis) jar
> and and another application-context.xml file for my webapp. Right now
> I seem to have to delcare all the beans that my persistence jar is
> using (services and daos) in my webapp application-xml. Isn't there a
> way that I could get the beans defined in my persistence jar
> initialized and then somehow used within my webapp classes? I'm
> confused how to set this stuff up. Debating about just ditching using
> Spring for my persistence jar.
>
> --
> Rick
>



-- 
Rick

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