[jboss-user] [Persistence, JBoss/CMP, Hibernate, Database] - Re: Hibernate and XML persistence implementation
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Sat May 26 04:57:12 EDT 2007
Thanks for your answer Andy,
I've explored documentation about Hibernate and XML.It seems that I must open a database session before open a DOM4J session. Moreover,It is not possible to retrieve objects from an xml storage.
Here is an example of what i want to achieve:
/**XMLSession is an imaginary class(or interface) which is used to manipulate an xml doc.
| The factory is configured in properties file where we specify the xml file to handle.Just like we specify database parameters in hibernate.properties
| //Store an object to an XML file
| XMLSession xmlSess = factory.getSession();
| Employee e = new Employee();
| e.setAge(25); //too much or too low?? :-)
| Employee e1 = new Employee();
| e1.setAge(35); //too much or too low?? :-)
| Company c = new Company ();
| c.setName("Future Software");
| xmlSess.store(c);//persist company object and his employees
| //Retrieve an object and update it
| Employee who = xmlSess.load(Employee.class, 1);//1=id
| xmlSess.close();//certainly release i/o resource??
So,I just want to replace database persistence by an xml file and create a mapping file between classes and the xml schema.
Is it possible with Hibernate? if not,is there another solution out there?
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