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Using both applicationContext-hibernate.xml and applicationContext.xml

 
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Hi ,

Just started to learn this Great Spring Framework . Currently working with ORM Module with Spring and Hibernate in Combination





As far as i know applicationContext-hibernate.xml contans enteries for DAO's , DataSources , SessionFactory ---etc .

My query is What does applicationContext.xml should contain when using in combination .

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Well, most likely those would be your Service classes.

Mark
 
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Thanks Mark. That was helpful.


 
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