First of all please note I have posted the below question in Stackoverflow and I have one answer there, but I am not sure about it because it seems like the member who answered also not much sure about his answer. Below is my question.
I am having a JSP, Servlet (Pure JSP, Servlet) application where it uses `Hibernate`. Below is a `Hibernate` implementation class for a one table.
Below is the service class which calls to the above class.
And the servlets call them like below.
As you can see, there is a bad thing happening there, that is, the servlets are creating new `SessionFactory` instances every time it executes.I am having `Driver#Connect` issues and I guess this might be the reason for it.
I read stackoverflow posts and some seems to be suggesting the use of only one `SessionFactory` for the entire application. If it is suitable, then how can I do it? Maybe make a singleton class like below and use it in my implementation classes?
But then what about threads? Servlets are multi threaded isn't it?
Are you better than me? Then please show me my mistakes..
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