Tag: Java Binding

With the new Smooks Persistence cartridge in Smooks 1.2 you can directly use several entity persistence frameworks from within Smooks. In this post I will show you how this works with Hibernate and any other JPA compatible framework.

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One of the major new features in Smooks v1.2 will be the new Persistence Cartridge. This cartridge enables the use of several entity persistence frameworks from within Smooks, currently targeting Hibernate, Ibatis and any JPA compatible framework. It also allows you to use your own Data Access Objects (DAOs).

This cartridge is great for those cases where you already have your data access layer and want to use its power from within Smooks. It also allows you to reuse these persistence resources on any format of data, not just XML e.g. EDI, CSV, JSON etc.

This is the first post of a series of posts about the persistence cartridge. This post is an introduction of the cartridge.  I will give an overview of what the cartridge can do and also show an example where I use custom DAO’s to persist the data of an XML document.  In the next posts in this series, I will show examples of how Hibernate, JPA and Ibatis entities can be used.

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