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Stored Procedure in Spring & hibernate.

 
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Hi all,


I am new in spring. I need sample example program for oracle Stored procedure, spring and hibernate.

pls help me..
 
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assuming that you have the datasource and jdbctemplate set up:


Edit: Missed the bit about hibernate. Ignore my post.

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[ June 20, 2007: Message edited by: Jeremy Botha ]
 
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In Hibernate stored procedures are treated exactly the same way as named queries. As for Spring, it has its own StoredProcedure class, see here for an example of how you could use it.

(Also, please be more careful which forum you choose to post your question. This is not an advanced question, so I'll move it)
 
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