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Please tell me how we can use hibernate along with spring frame work
 
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hi
if u got answer from any other forum tell to me also

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Look this... https://equinox.dev.java.net

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Originally posted by sajin sachidanandan:
Please tell me how we can use hibernate along with spring frame work



There are articles about this on the, and this will surprise you, Spring web site: http://www.springframework.org
 
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Take a look at Spring's Petclinic sample app. It shows how easy it can be to use Hibernate (or JDBC, Apache OJB for that matter). Spring takes care of the dirty work of managing the Hibernate Session so your DAO's can consist mostly of simple one-liners. Plus, you also get the ability to do declarative transaction management without using EJB !
 
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In Better, Faster, Lighter Java from O'Reilly press there are chapters on Hibernate and Spring and how to use them together.

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It doesnt look like the original poster is following this up, but for the purpose of reference http://www.hibernate.org/110.html is a good starting point.
 
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Originally posted by Mark Spritzler:
In Better, Faster, Lighter Java from O'Reilly press there are chapters on Hibernate and Spring and how to use them together.

Mark



That's a bit of lightweight introduction: it's the kind of book you read, think "hmm interesting" and then never pickup again: it's certainly no use for giving any guidance in actually using Spring and Hibernate.

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