Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 535032
upgrade to latest version of Hibernate
Last modified: 2013-08-05 20:32:37 EDT
We are currently using a patched version of 3.2.5.GA. The latest release is 3.3.1.GA. That's 6 minor releases later, so I would assume there have been a considerable number of bug fixes and performance improvements that we could benefit from.
Going to an "official" version of hibernate would also make upgrading of the JBossAS version easier.
This would require as well an upgrade of hibernate-entitymanager and hibernate-annotations. What are the tests that need to be passed to ensure a proper implementation of this upgrade?
This requires the following:
1. Update of the groupId in pom.xml
2. Update of the PersistenceUtility class to include changes in the API. (mostly for mbean stats)
What is hibernate-all.jar is still used for?
I'm currently doing the changes locally, will get back with results as soon as they're ready
Re-targeting at the 1.4 release. Too close to the 1.3 release currently to do this.
This bug was previously known as http://jira.rhq-project.org/browse/RHQ-1770
mass move off the qa triage list. These are tasks for dev.
The following patch posted by Bryan Kearney upgrades RHQ to Hibernate 3.3.2.GA:
Per triage, closing this, will reopen when this actually takes place.