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Transactions with Spring and Hibernate

 
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I'm using Hibernate3 with Spring2. Both Hibernate and Spring handles the
transaction, which should be used? Or both?

I'm currently using Hibernate transaction through a datasource. The Hibernate
DAO is injected in the service class through Spring.
 
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This is how I would do it: have a base bean that all your services can extend your transaction service so your transactions are at the service level. I'd be interested to see another way of doing this.

 
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