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Q 4 C. Bauer & G. King (7): Hibernate & webservices

Gian Franco
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Dear authors,

Webservices involve a significant
amount of data transformations in
order to make two parties understand
each other.

Can Hibernate play any role in the
formalization of these interactions
between services, or is it's use
meant to be 'localized' and focussed
to the internal transactions of an
application?

Cheers,

Gian Franco Casula


"Eppur si muove!"
Gavin King
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Posts: 76
The latter. Usually you would not share your Java domain model between loosely-coupled applications.


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