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Christopher Wong

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Christopher Wong is a senior software engineer at lifeIMAGE.
Don't swallow Hibernate exceptions! Posted: Nov 19, 2013 9:28 PM
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Every once in a while, I see a code pattern that makes me go "hmmm". Once instance of this is code that catches a Hibernate exception within a transaction and swallows it before doing some compensating action. Normally, the usual pattern is that if Hibernate throws an exception, you let it propagate past the transaction boundary, rolling back the transaction, before handling the error. You

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