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In my previous entry, I talked about how you could easily use Spring from within EJB 3 beans, thanks to the magic of EJB interceptors. But what about the other way? How do you use EJB 3 from Spring? *Update:* … Continue reading
Back when we were planning the migration to Glassfish, I realised we would have two dependency-injection frameworks in use – EJB 3 and Spring. For obvious reasons, I wanted to know more about how these would interact. At the time … Continue reading
Don Brown made a very good point about a gotcha with the IoC technique I demonstrated with Struts: it’s potentially not threadsafe.
It can be pretty useful to supply dependencies to domain objects that you’re loading via Hibernate This is where Hibernate Interceptors come into play.