[hibernate-dev] AutoCloseable is great.. what about JPA?
steve at hibernate.org
Sat Dec 3 09:32:24 EST 2016
Personally I don't think dynamic-instantiations (ConstructorResults) are
hacky at all. In fact I love dynamic-instantiations for all kinds of use
cases. I wonder if your concern with them is their limited capabilities.
For example, JPA does not define support for nesting dynamic-instantiations
or the ability to use setter injection (both of which I have already
implemented for 6.0 btw). Otherwise we'd need to understand more exactly
what you are talking about.
On Sat, Dec 3, 2016, 2:07 AM Christian Beikov <christian.beikov at gmail.com>
> Hey Jordan,
> maybe what you are looking for is Blaze-Persistence Entity Views?
> Query caching should work since it builds on top of scalar queries, but
> lazy loading is something I don't support and honestly don't think will
> Am 02.12.2016 um 18:40 schrieb Jordan Gigov:
> > One thing I think JPA is lacking is the ability to map read-only result
> > without annotating them as @Entity and making the provider expect
> > table for them.
> > ConstructorResult is a pretty hacky way of getting there and loses some
> of the
> > benefits like lazy loading collections and in Hibernate's case query
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