Beware Hibernate’s caching when using database filters

Landon | Apr 30, 2019

The stack I work in every day uses Hibernate and Spring Data JPA for its object/relational mapping framework. My company is hardly alone in using these tools to map data from a database into Java objects. They’re quite commonly used, and also quite powerful. One of the nifty features of Hibernate is Filtering. You can […]

Properties files vs. the JNDI

Landon | Sep 26, 2017

I don’t know if this is a debate at all, but it has been in my workplace. When managing configuration for Java EE / Spring Framework applications in a Wildfly server environment, what is better: managing an application’s configurable values at the server and environment level through the JNDI, or managing them through the use […]