Well, it finally seems to be coming together. I have a build that creates a very simple webapp (can create 1 single object type) using “Hibernate”:http://www.hibernate.org for persistence, “XDoclet”:http://xdoclet.sourceforge.net/ to generate Hibernate mappings, and “Spring”:http://www.springframework.org/ to pull it all together. The build is quite frankly a mess (its an amalgamation of about 3 example build scripts with my own hacks thrown in for good measure). I’m going to get the build tidied up a bit, then on to the next challenges – integrating Session beans, web-services, and of course documenting the whole thing. It seems I’m a glutton for punishment…
2 Responses to “Hibernate and Spring and XDoclet, oh my!”
Does XDoclet do composite keys with hibernate now? That was one of the limitations that put me off using it. BTW Hibernate rocks!
I’ve got to admit I haven’t looked too deeply into the topic of composite keys in Hibernate, although this documet seems to imply that there is some COmposite key support in XDoclet: