[hibernate-dev] R: [HSearch] Configuration properties

Hardy Ferentschik hibernate at ferentschik.de
Mon Jul 12 05:49:30 EDT 2010

Hi Sanne,

I guess you are referring to HSEARCH-517 and the WeakHashMap in  
Reading through the comments I am wondering whether we couldn't deprecate
the default constructor in FullTextIndexEventListener now? The
annotation module in Core has now been merged with the core module so
ContextHolder seems obsolete.

I am all up for it especially if this opens the door to exposing the  
properties in SearchFactory.


On Fri, 09 Jul 2010 19:49:29 +0200, Sanne Grinovero  
<sanne.grinovero at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Hardy! because it's the key for the static weakhashmap for the
> autoregistration of listeners, that would introduce a memory leak.
> I had proposed to care for registration of listeners in other ways, don't
> have the reference now from the phone (I'd +1 to remove the static
> weakhashmap)
> cheers,
> Sanne
> Il giorno 09/lug/2010 18:47, "Hardy Ferentschik"  
> <hibernate at ferentschik.de>
> ha scritto:
> Hi,
> just wondering whether there is a reason why we don't expose the
> configuration properties in SearchFactory?
> I think we talked about this once, but I cannot remember exactly.
> I noticed that the properties are now exposed in
> StateSearchFactoryImplementor anyways. Maybe
> we could push this all the way down to SearchFactory?
> I need would need access to the properties and several places to for
> example check for hibernate.search.generate_statistics or
> "hibernate.search.jmx_enabled.
> While looking at the code I also started to wonder whether we need all
> these sub-interfaces for SearchFactory. Currently we have
> SearchFactory -> SearchFactoryIntegrator -> SearchFactoryImplementor ->
> StateSearchFactoryImplementor -> Mutable-/Immutable-SearchFactory
> Is this really all needed?
> --Hardy
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