[hibernate-dev] [SEARCH] @Indexed on abstract classes

Emmanuel Bernard emmanuel at hibernate.org
Sat May 12 06:39:29 EDT 2012

On 12 mai 2012, at 11:12, Guillaume Smet wrote:

>> That would go counter to the JPA design I think and to be honest, I like the idea of being able to not index a given branch of a class hierarchy.
>> But more importantly, you would require Hibernate Search to scan for all subclasses in the classpath and I don't want to go anywhere near that.
> Having struggled with the new Servlet 3 stuff allowing pure Java
> configuration and having Tomcat scan the whole classpath at startup to
> find the information, I can get your point as it adds between 10 and
> 20 seconds at each startup.
> That said, I'm still not a big fan on maintaining at hand @Indexed
> annotations on a branch with a lot of subclasses :).

10-20 seconds? For how many classes in your app ?! Use a real app server man, we worked hard to reduce this time in JBoss AS :)

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