[hibernate-dev] Testing Hibernate 5: injecting a Spring managed interceptor

Steve Ebersole steve at hibernate.org
Wed May 6 22:59:31 EDT 2015

As outlined in
calls now map to the SessionFactoryBuilder#applyInterceptor method.  So
really we need to look at choices for how to influence the Interceptor on
SessionFactoryBuilder.  I say choices because there are a few ways.  The
most appropriate way I think in your case (given that you already
questionable subclass an internal class ;) would be to just override
StandardServiceRegistry) to apply your Interceptor.

On Wed, May 6, 2015 at 3:21 PM, Guillaume Smet <guillaume.smet at gmail.com>

> Hi,
> As I have cycles this week and next week, I thought I might as well do some
> QA on Hibernate 5.
> I'm still in the process of porting our code to 5 atm and I have a pattern
> we used before I can't find an elegant way to port on Hibernate 5: this
> pattern is used to inject a Spring managed interceptor.
> We override the persistence provider to inject the interceptor in the
> Hibernate configuration:
> https://gist.github.com/gsmet/e8d3003344938b1d327b
> I studied the new code for quite some time and I couldn't find a way to
> inject my interceptor in 5.
> Note that it's a pretty common usage in the Spring managed world.
> Thanks for any guidance.
> --
> Guillaume
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