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JavaRebel and Spring framework

 
Kuladip Yadav
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Hi,
I am working on Enterprise application on Spring frame work.

Does Java Rebel support Spring frame work ?

As Java Rebel reloads Java code on-the-fly.

is it possible to load configuration file or auto wiring on-the-fly ?

Same is the question for Hibernate Framework.

Thanks in Advace
 
Jevgeni Kabanov
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We just released a plugin that reloads Spring configuration:
http://www.zeroturnaround.com/news/develop-spring-applications-without-redeploying/

At the moment there are no plans to provide same level support for Hibernate, as it is much much harder to do than for Spring (which wasn't easy either).
 
Kuladip Yadav
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Originally posted by Jevgeni Kabanov:
We just released a plugin that reloads Spring configuration:
http://www.zeroturnaround.com/news/develop-spring-applications-without-redeploying/

At the moment there are no plans to provide same level support for Hibernate, as it is much much harder to do than for Spring (which wasn't easy either).




Thanks for reply.
I have seen that screen cast.
Nice plugin for spring framework. It will be useful for spring developer .

I am waiting for its hibernate support.

Thank You
 
Jaikiran Pai
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Originally posted by Jevgeni Kabanov:
We just released a plugin that reloads Spring configuration:
http://www.zeroturnaround.com/news/develop-spring-applications-without-redeploying/



Since it "reloads" the spring configuration, is there any significant difference between using JavaRebel instead of just redeploying the spring container?


P.S: I have zero experience with Spring.
 
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