We would really appreciate getting any copy you could provide. My e-mail
is buried in the message below.
From: James Carman [mailto:james@carm...]
Sent: Monday, November 05, 2007 11:59 AM
To: user@hive... Subject: Re: Hibernate with HiveMind -- examples, tutorials, etc.?
I am at work right now, but I'll look on my home PC to see if I have a
copy of the code. I can email it to you or I can put it up on my own
SVN server (I'm thinking about doing that anyway).
On 11/5/07, Hensley, Richard <Richard.Hensley@mcke...> wrote:
> Is there any other avenue to access the hivemind-hibernate3 source
> I work with James Adams, and we would really like to look at that work
> as the description seems to be exactly what we need.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: jcarman@carm... > [mailto:jcarman@carm...]
> On Behalf Of James Carman
> Sent: Sunday, November 04, 2007 4:55 AM
> To: user@hive... > Subject: Re: Hibernate with HiveMind -- examples, tutorials, etc.?
> The hivemind-hibernate3 library uses Spring and HiveMind together, but
> it uses Spring's Hibernate support in a HiveMind way. The pieces of
> Spring that you use for writing DAOs (or repositories as I've started
> calling them) don't really have anything to do with an IoC container.
> They're not hard-wired to only live inside the Spring container. So,
> I decided to not try to reinvent the wheel. I just wanted to put
> someone else's really nice wheels on my small, but very configurable
> vehicle. :)
> On 11/4/07, Johan Maasing <jmaasing@gmai...> wrote:
> > On 11/4/07, James Adams <monocongo@gmai...> wrote:
> > >
> > > Thanks Jean-Francois for your quick response.
> > >
> > > Yes I saw HiveTranse but it looks to be meager compared to what
> > > you get from Spring -- no offense intended, I'm just spoiled by
> > > the feature set and first class documentation of the Spring
> > > Framework plus the many articles, blog posts, etc. available from
> > > third
> parties about how to use Spring/Hibernate.
> > No argument there, Spring has very good documentation.
> > > like the IoC/wiring approach offered by HiveMind, but I've always
> > > used Hibernate in conjunction with Spring and it looks like with
> > > HiveMind I will have to either use vanilla Hibernate (maybe that's
> > > not as bad as I'm thinking and I should learn to live without the
> > > Spring crutches) or go with
> > We all have different preferences but for me I do not find that
> > Spring
> > actually offers much above vanilla Hibernate. You could also use
> > Spring & Hivemind (yes seems redundant) but it is very easy to use
> > spring beans from hivemind.
> > So I would say that it is worth your while to investigate those
> > options since HiveMind - to my mind - is a far superior
> > IoC-container to Spring since I could not live without the
> > configuration/contribution-feature in hivemind.