0 Replies Latest reply on Jan 9, 2009 8:59 PM by Charles Williams

    Non-conventional database usage

    Charles Williams Newbie

      I have what I think is a non conventional database setup that I would like to use with Seam. Basically I have a specific schema that is defined, but it may have any number of tables added to it dynamically as time goes on. I am well aware that this is not good design, but it is a limitation of a legacy system.


      I am faced with a situation were I would like Seam to use the dynamically added/modified tables. I can get access to the Hibernate mapping files for each table, but I do not see how to ask seam to rebuild the session factory (so that I can use these tables in my queries without exceptions) while running. I will not be able to generated annotated entites for these tables.


      Can anyone point me in the right direction to tackle this?