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HibernateTemplate or HibernateDaoSupport or Hibernate core

 
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i am starting a new project using Spring and Hibernate.

i have a doubt regarding which approach to follow. HibernateTemplate or HibernateDaoSupport or some core Hibernate way (used in petclinic project).

please suggest.
 
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Hi Vikas,

You can use the HibernaeTemplate instead of HibernateDAO support. In HibernateDAO support you need the HibernateTemplate reference using getHibernateTemplate() method.
Additionally implemented the spring/hibernate you can develop your own class which is extends the HibernateTemplate class.
Your class defination is defined in the web.xml file.


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vikas sharmaa wrote:i am starting a new project using Spring and Hibernate.

i have a doubt regarding which approach to follow. HibernateTemplate or HibernateDaoSupport or some core Hibernate way (used in petclinic project).

please suggest.



If you are using Hibernate 3.1 or above, I would say neither. Inject a SessionFactory into your DAO/Repositories instead. In these versions of Hibernate you will get no benefit from HibernateTemplate or DaoSupport classes.

Mark
 
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