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  JBoss Optimizations 101
Subject:   O/R Mapping Tools and JBoss
Date:   2003-05-30 00:48:14
From:   anonymous2
Response to: O/R Mapping Tools and JBoss

If you simply use Hibernate directly from SLSB, then it is up to Hibernate to provide these services (locking, caching, etc. ) and no more the app server.


Sacha

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  • O/R Mapping Tools and JBoss
    2003-05-30 01:01:38  anonymous2 [View]

    So does this mean that I only need to demarcate my transaction on my SLSBs? Should I worry about having my SLSBs getting locked by JBoss?
    My current implementation is configured to use UserTransaction retrieved from the JNDI and keep Hibernate's SessionTransaction it in a Thread Local. My SLSBs actually calls my own entry point for business logic which uses Hibernate codes.

    Len