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Hibernate Helper Class

 
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I am having trouble figuring out what this class is actually doing. I am using it and it is working fine, just not sure what is working fine...

Anyone have an explanation for me?

 
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Basically, what you have is a Singleton. See creating a SessionFactory is a big deal, it has so much work to do. It is considered a heavyweight object. So you want to make sure that you only create this once, hence the Singleton.

So anytime you app needs to get a Session, it can call the helper class Singleton get the instance of SessionFactory and call openSession() on it. Session objects are very lightweight. Almost empty when you call that method, there is a JDBC Connection set in the new Session, but it will get the Connection from the COnnection pool.

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Great thanks, I didn't realize that the session factory was going to be such a heavyweight object.

Thanks.
 
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