Member of the Hibernate team.
Data platform architect for the JBoss portfolio at Red Hat. Particularly involved in the Hibernate portfolio as well as Infinispan.
Spec lead of Bean Validation and JPA expert group member.
Today let’s discuss the interaction between multitenancy and the current session feature.
Multitenancy let’s you isolate
Session operations between different tenants.
This is useful to create a single application isolating different customers from one another.
The current session feature returns the same session for a given context, typically a (JTA) transaction. This facilitates the one session per view/transaction/conversation pattern and avoids the one session per operation anti-pattern.
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Welcome to the newly revamped Hibernate and friends blog.
As you can see, we made it look like hibernate.org and we took the opportunity to clean up the tags to make them more useful. But we had other reasons to migrate.
Célébrons l'open source et le partage (English version below).
Today is a big day. The first release of Hibernate OGM with final status. Ever! Don't be fooled by the 4.1 number. Hibernate OGM is an object mapper for various NoSQL stores and offers the familiar JPA APIs. This final version offers mapping for MongoDB, Neo4J, Infinispan and Ehcache.
After a huge push, we are now one release away from our Final version. So without further due, I present you Hibernate OGM 4.1.0.CR1. To sum it up:
This post is about validation, Bean Validation specifically. And the what it solves. It is a reaction to a post by Julien Tournay which basically claims - if I sum it up - that:
Time for a new release of Hibernate OGM.
One of the benefit of rewriting our Hibernate website is that we made our roadmaps more prominent. And in case of Hibernate OGM, we had to write it :)