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From "Wes Wannemacher" <>
Subject Re: Where to initialize the entitymanger factory
Date Tue, 11 Nov 2008 16:15:21 GMT

Other than that, I would suggest building a servletcontextlistener to
initialize the factory and maybe place the factory in the application
scope. Then, servlets/JSPs/whatever can request an entitymanager from
the factory.

There are better ways to tweak your access, such as using an
Open-EntityManager-In-View pattern, but if you are looking for that
sort of efficiency, I would refer back to my first suggestion


On Tue, Nov 11, 2008 at 11:09 AM, Håkon Sagehaug
<> wrote:
> Hi
> I'm using openjpa in some web service, ant let's say I've got three
> operation that needs a EntityManager from the factory.
> One solution is to create a new EntitymanagerFactory in each method and then
> close it when the method ends, but maybe a better solution to have a static
> initialize for the web service, but not sure how this will be with different
> instances for the web service
> Any tips on this?
> Håkon
> --
> Håkon Sagehaug, Software Developer
> Parallab, Bergen Center for Computational Science (BCCS)
> UNIFOB AS (University of Bergen Research Company)

Wesley Wannemacher
President, Head Engineer/Consultant
WanTii, Inc.

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