[postgis-users] PostGIS and Hibernate

Andy Dale andy.dale at gmail.com
Fri Jul 27 00:10:05 PDT 2007

Hi Thorsten,

A person called Norman Barker has created a user type for Hibernate, this
can be accessed here
http://svn.refractions.net/postgis/trunk/java/ejb3/also read the
ejb3spatial.pdf located here as it gives a example of how to use it.



On 27/07/07, Thorsten Kraus <Thorsten.Kraus at ptv.de> wrote:
>  Hi all,
> currently I am working for a project which uses PostGIS to store spatial
> objects in the backend of an web application (Tomcat is used as servlet
> container). Some time ago I searched the web for Hibernate support for
> PostGIS database and its geographical objects, but found nothing suitable.
> So I use Hibernate for non geographical attribute data and wrote some JDBC
> code for accessing the geographical objects in PostGIS. This hybrid
> structure of Hibernate and JDBC works fine, but it would even be nicer and
> more flexible if there was a possibility to handle all the database stuff
> with Hibernate.
> Can you tell me if there is Hibernate support for PostGIS meanwhile? If
> yes, a piece of code or a link to a tutorial would be pleasant.
> Kind regards,
> Thorsten
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