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Advantage of registering hibernate session as JNDI or JMX Service

 
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Hi Guys,

can some one kindly give me link or information about advantages of registering hibernate as JNDI or JMX Service instead of accessing it using utility class ?

-Praful
[ May 31, 2006: Message edited by: Praful Thakare ]
 
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Hello,
what exactly do you want to get from the JNDI: The transaction in JTA environment, the Hibernate Session, do you want to use Hibernate as EJB 3 (injection) or the JBoss Har archive?

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Sebastian
 
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Hi Sebastian,

Thanks for your reply, I currently have and util class that creates hibernate session object and makes it available to my application using get Session method, I wanted to know is there any kind of benefit if I register this session object as jmx service?

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-Praful
 
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