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Web Services with Hibernate

 
kashwini Kulkarni
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Hello All,

I want to know what is the procedure to make hibernate and web services work together.I am using netbeans IDE with Glassfish.I am not getting where to put my hibernate.cfg.xml and .hbm files so that my web service can access them.I tried a lot of search but found nothing complete.Any help in this direction is appreciated.





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William P O'Sullivan
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Those are two different stacks.

Once your web service has defined it's contract (wsdl), it is up to you to integrate the request and response
processing with the DB layer via some form of DAO pattern.

In your case, the service layer would access a DAO intermediate layer, generate value objects and have them
converted to SOAP XML to return to the client.

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kashwini Kulkarni
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Hello William,


Thanks a lot for your reply.Now I can go further with what you suggested.




Thank you
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kashwini Kulkarni
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Can you please elaborate on the same or suggest me a link to some example (so that I can develop my web service accordingly) ?


Thank you
 
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Apparently you did not understand the answer. Your DAO layer will be completely independent of the web service. You can develop it and test it separately. Information on DAOs is readily available on the web.
 
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