If you want, you can change them according to your project requirements.
You are required to install Oracle XML DB manually without DBCA if you upgrade an existing installation.
I am using Apache Commons DBCP for connection pooling, but in real life situations, most probably you have connection pooling done by the container and all we need is to provide the JNDI reference details to use. Person; @Repository public class Person DAOImpl implements Person DAO package com.journaldev.spring.service; import Service; import org.springframework.transaction.annotation. package com.journaldev.spring; import org.springframework.beans.factory.annotation. Autowired; import org.springframework.beans.factory.annotation. Person DAOImpl - Person List::id=15, name=Pankaj, country=USA This tutorial was aimed to provide sufficient details for you to getting started with Spring MVC and Hibernate integration, I hope you will find it useful.
NOTE: I noticed that some of the readers are getting database connection issues. Logger Factory; import org.springframework.stereotype. You can download final project from below link and play around with it.
It can be accessed using FTP, HTTP(S), Web DAV, Oracle Enterprise Manager, or any of the resource and Document Object Model (DOM) APIs for Java, PL/SQL, or C (OCI).
For convenience, you can use PL/SQL package The schema location used depends on mappings in the Oracle XML DB configuration file for the namespace used and the root document element.
We learned how to integrate Spring and Hibernate in our last tutorial. Below screenshots shows the view pages for our application.