The Spring Framework has had an outstanding, declarative Transaction management for years now. The configurable options maybe overwhelming at first, but important to accommodate many different scenarios. Three of them stick out: propagation, isolation and to some lesser extend, read-only mode (more on that a bit later) propagation describes what happens if a transaction is […]
June was a very though month. I did quite some traveling and thus had hardly time for biking. Cycling wise worst June ever, below 300km in total. Spring Boot Buch Two weeks ago I received several drafts for the cover and I’m quite happy with them and already decided for one. (By the way, I […]
Thanks to the awesome Java community, I have become a member of the NetBeans dream team and even got interviewed on the Hibernate community blog.
This post has been featured in the Hibernate Community Newsletter 18/2016. Before my summer holidays I mentioned my personal twitter archive on Twitter again…. This time, Vlad from Hibernate reacted on my tweet: @rotnroll666 If you write a blog post, I'll feature it on our Newsletter — Vlad Mihalcea (@vlad_mihalcea) 27. Juli 2016 More reactions […]
Note: The following stuff is not Hibernate specific but is true for every JPA2 provider and falls into the category of JPA criteria query. Some days ago i just saw this video Christin Gorman about Hibernate. Although i don’t agree with her and i actually do like hibernate as a great tool, there are certainly […]