Spring & Hibernate EJB Events


Spring & Hibernate EJB Events



Is it possible to define a spring-managed EJB3 hibernate listener?

I have this definition in my persistence.xml:

<properties>      <property name="hibernate.ejb.interceptor"         value="my.class.HibernateAuditInterceptor" />      <property name="hibernate.ejb.event.post-update"         value="my.class.HibernateAuditTrailEventListener" />  </properties> 

But I would like to manage HibernateAuditInterceptor and HibernateAuditTrailEventListener with spring, so I can do some bean injection (ex: session-scoped bean) within these classes. Is this possible?




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The problem is that those properties are just strings.


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Even if you define your SessionFactory as a Spring bean, any properties you pass to it through the hibernateProperties setter are just strings:.
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<bean id="mySessionFactory" class="org.springframework.orm.hibernate3.LocalSessionFactoryBean">     <property name="dataSource"ref="myDataSource"/>     <property name="mappingResources">     	<list>     		<value>whatever.hbm.xml</value>     	</list>     </property>     <property name="hibernateProperties">     	<value>     		hibernate.ejb.interceptor= my.class.HibernateAuditInterceptor     	</value>     	<value>     		hibernate.ejb.event.post-update=my.class.HibernateAuditTrailEventListener     	</value>     </property> </bean> 
So I don't think you can do that..
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