On 20 June 2016 at 17:44, Ken Finnigan <ken(a)kenfinnigan.me> wrote:
Is he creating a Spring Boot war?
I know that Spring Boot is used here ->
Thanks Ken, I'll experiment with that!
I don't know if he's creating a WAR; I'd assume so as otherwise I
don't understand how this would run on WildFly :)
On Mon, Jun 20, 2016 at 12:37 PM, Sanne Grinovero <sanne(a)hibernate.org>
> Hi all,
> today trying to help some Hibernate users on SO I stumbled on a
> question regarding an application being developed with Spring - and
> apparently Spring Boot (?) - and deployed on WildFly.
> Clearly the poster is having duplicate Hibernate classes, or possibly
> mismatches with the version he's expecting vs the app server's
> expectations, or more likely a mismatch between the Hibernate ORM and
> Hibernate Search versions being loaded.
> I'm familiar with JipiJapa, but while this automates some things -
> like adding a module dependency to Hibernate ORM and/or Hibernate
> Search automatically - this logic is usually controlled by application
> settings in the `persistence.xml` and is aimed at standard JEE
> deployments - so I guess it might actually be interfering in this
> Beyond helping the specific question, do we have a general set of
> tests or recommendations - maybe some example template - for Spring
> Boot users on WildFly?
> Anyone maybe interested in contributing some Spring related examples?
> I've never used Spring myself but I guess I'd like to have a look to
> better understand what kind of issues such users might bump into, and
> what we could do to make it easier.
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