Hibernate

Hibernate and and the “Found two representations of same collection” error

Last night I spent an extended work day trying to track down the source of a Hibernate exception that I have never encountered before. The application in question is a simple data loader application that reads in an XML file populates a Hibernate object graph. The data in the XML file changes from day to day and if element exists… Read more →

RESTEasy and Seam

There has been some discussion lately regarding integrating JBoss Seam with RESTEasy. Jay Balunas recently made about post on his thoughts on ths subject, so I thought I’d post some of mine. For the record, I am a huge fan of Seam and I think there’s definitely a place for Seam in RESTEasy, so here’s a few of my musing… Read more →

Using a SessionFactory in a WebLogic Cluster

If you’re trying to bind a Hibernate SessionFactory to a WebLogic cluster and you’re getting the following error message: “Conflict start: You tried to bind an object under the name [{factory.name}] in the JNDI tree. The object from [{factory.name}] is non-clusterable, and you have tried to bind more than once from two or more servers. Such objects can only be… Read more →