[hibernate-dev] Fwd: [jdf-dev] JBoss Modules dependency vs pain POM dependency + exclusions
smarlow at redhat.com
Fri Jun 14 07:48:32 EDT 2013
On 06/06/2013 11:31 AM, Scott Marlow wrote:
> One change that I submitted a WildFly 8 pull request for
> (https://github.com/wildfly/wildfly/pull/4591), is to combine the
> Hibernate ORM/envers and JipiJapa integration jars into the same module.
> This eliminates the 1-1 bi-directional dependency between ORM/JipiJapa
> integration code that existed in AS 7 and makes it easier for
> application deployments to include the Hibernate ORM jars and JipiJapa
> integration code.
> I'm keeping static no-op modules around for the JipiJapa integration
> code that I moved into the Hibernate ORM module, in case applications
> have dependencies on the older static module (org.jboss.as.jpa.hibernate:4).
> If the static Hibernate Search module, depends on a static Hibernate ORM
> module in WildFly 8, I think that is fine, but applications wouldn't be
> able to include their own Hibernate Search jars (since the static
> Hibernate ORM module only sees services in the static Hibernate Search
My bad. Sanne and I talked yesterday and he reminded me that Hibernate
ORM integrators can load (Hibernate Search) services from the
> For WildFly 8, do we want to allow applications to bundle its own
> version of Hibernate Search that could work with bundled Hibernate ORM jars?
In my testing of deploying an application that uses a clustered second
level cache, I hit a NPE in Infinispan, since it didn't know about the
hibenate-infinispan configuration (Infnispan service loading didn't
occur for the application embedded Hibernate ORM jar).
Oh the shame for getting these two cases (Search + 2lc) mixed up :(
> On 06/06/2013 07:37 AM, Emmanuel Bernard wrote:
>> Below is an email describing the issues i had to get Hibernate Search run in WildFly / EAP. A possibility to make life easier for Hibernate Search users in WildFly is as described by Pete to create a hibernate-search-orm-wildfly which marks Hibernate ORM as provided.
>> What do you think?
>> Begin forwarded message:
>>> From: Pete Muir <pmuir at redhat.com>
>>> Date: 6 juin 2013 11:21:13 UTC+02:00
>>> To: Emmanuel Bernard <emmanuel at hibernate.org>
>>> Cc: jdf-dev at lists.jboss.org
>>> Subject: Re: [jdf-dev] JBoss Modules dependency vs pain POM dependency + exclusions
>>> Hey Emmanuel,
>>> On 5 Jun 2013, at 19:25, Emmanuel Bernard <emmanuel at hibernate.org> wrote:
>>>> The Hibernate Search enabled version of TicketMonster relies on
>>>> Hibernate Search 4.3 which itself has a dependency on Hibernate ORM
>>>> included in WildFly and JBoss EAP.
>>>> My first approach was to ask the user to add the Hibernate Search JBoss
>>>> Module manually into their EAP / WildFly distribution and have it
>>>> referenced in jboss-deployment-structure.xml.
>>>> I also had to put Hibernate Search in my POM as provided because the BOM
>>>> references an older version of Hibernate Search.
>>> We should be targeting the version of HSearch that is in WFK. If the BOM is out of date (highly possible), then please either send a pull to update it or ask Rafael to do so. He or I can do a you a release very quickly once the change is in.
>>>> To avoid the manual step, I tried to list Hibernate Search explicitly in
>>>> the POM as regular scope and no longer use
>>>> jboss-deployment-structure.xml. But then I have to play with exclusions
>>>> which is not too nice either.
>>>> Which approach is better suited for TicketMonster? And is there a better
>>> Fix the HSearch POM so that it marks as optional or provided stuff that you are excluding would be one way. If you don't want to do this, then another option would be to produce a HSearch-for-WF pom as part of HSearch that does it.
>>> In general, it's better to not make the user fiddle with exclusions, and instead do it in the framework itself.
>>>> Here is the commit that moves from a module dependency to plain pom.xml
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