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Hibernate and Spring: Opening and Closing Session  RSS feed

 
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Hello;

I need to know if Spring behind this:

I noticed that when using Hibernate and Spring, no need to open the session and load the data, in other words: no need for the following to be used:


Is it because Spring? Or I am missing something?
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It is because Spring.

It's one of the main reasons I use Spring. I don't use Spring Hibernate, I use Spring JPA (using Hibernate JPA as the JPA persistence mechanism). Spring not only manages the session, it also eliminates the need repeatedly code error handling code for the session.
 
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