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Hibernate session management across multiple applications.

 
Elijah Marshall
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Can someone tell me what type of configuration should be used in order to ensure that hibernate does not get 500 errors?

Here is the situation.
On a project that I am on we have 1 database that is being accessed by 3 different applications (A, B, C)
The 3 applications all share a core library for the User object and associations.
Scenario:
User loads into 3 different browser windows A, B, C
The user in any one of the applications modifies information in the User object or any of the associated objects and persists that to the database
The user reloads and or navigates in any of the other 2 applications a 500 error occurs because the information that is in the User session object does not exist in the database (I am assuming)

How do I tell Hibernate to never store in session certain object associations and to pull the information from the database every single time?
Please be specific as my experience with Hibernate is about 5 hours worth.

Greatly appreciate any help on this.
 
Vijitha Kumara
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Welcome to the CodeRanch!

The user in any one of the applications modifies information in the User object or any of the associated objects and persists that to the database...

What kind of information user modifies? Is this related to user's login information that you are having the problem? Can you provide more details (TellTheDetails)?

And all three applications share the information? Are they running in three different JVMs?
 
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