On 03 Jun 2015, at 04:37, Steve Ebersole <steve(a)hibernate.org>
I am needing to change how "property access" is handled (as in the
org.hibernate.property package). I have no idea how to fit that into
Envers and specifically into its ReflectionTools class. The problems boil
down to org.hibernate.envers.internal.tools.ReflectionTools#getAccessor and
all the uses of it. Basically when resolving a "property access strategy"
I need a ServiceRegistry for class loading of custom strategies. I am lost
in hooking that into Envers.
But then I also started thinking.. doesn't Envers always just use the Map
entity mnde and access strategy? And if so, why is it trying to resolve a
named access strategy?
To write audit data - yes, but as far as I remember the different access modes where to
*read* data from the user entities (either from getters or fields)