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Juan Porras Antonio

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Ok, I'm sorry. I'll be more specific.

I need to use CreateCriteria feature in Struts2 with Spring. I have setted up an enviroment with this three frameworks, but I only can use NamedQueries, I want to use CreateCriteria. However, to use CreateCriteria, I need Hibernate's object session.

I hope this explanation was better.

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Also please learn the difference between replying to a topic and creating a new one. Was this meant to be a reply?

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Ankit Garg

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This seems to be a reply to this...

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David Newton

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I guess I still don't see how this is related to Struts 2.

Are you asking how to integrate Struts 2 with Spring? Just use "spring" as the object factory--this is done automatically by the Struts 2 Spring plugin. You can then inject any Spring objects you want into your actions.
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