If you don’t use only Spring APIs to manage transactions and connections you may exercise that transaction suspension does not work on JBoss 4.0.x.
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It could be quite interesting to develop SOA Governance software. I mean it will be great experience.
See Persistent collections are a feature! on Hibernate team member blog.
Exceptions when it’s useful to map collection:
- objects in collection are owned by the parent
- you need merge feature for collection (see Session#merge())
- you can (have to) map the collection with lazy=”false”
If those three conditions are met all at once then I will recomend to map that collection.
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