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What's the best integration of Spring+jsf+jpa+hibernate+jboss

horri khaled
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I am face a configuration problem to integrate Spring with JSF using jpa and hibernate and deployed in a JBOSS 6 M3 as AS, I have some doubt about the best approach that can be used with this taste.

1- Which is best using a jta or non-jta?
2- separate datasource configuration in -ds.xml or configure it in applicationContext.xml?

I do this configuration following some tutorials but an error still appears when the application deployed:




the server stack:

any help is appreciated


I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link:
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