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README.md

Spring MVC and Hibernate template application

This is a template for a web application that uses Spring MVC and Hibernate. The sample code is a simple CRUD page that manipulates records for a single model object. This particular template has been modified from Heroku's Spring MVC and Hibernate template in the following manner:

  • Updated Spring to 4.0.6.RELEASE.
  • Updated Hibernate Entity Manager to 4.3.6.Final.
  • Added FasterXML's Jackson JSON processor.
  • Uses SLF4J for logging.
  • Uses Servlet 3.0 annotations for configuration (no web.xml).
  • Uses Spring annotations for application configuration (no applicationContext.xml).
  • Uses a patched version of Heroku's Web-Runner (patched to use Tomcat 7.0.54)
  • Uses Oracle's Java 8 (1.8.0_05) via a custom buildpack.

Running the application locally

First build with:

$ mvn clean install

Then run it with:

$ java -jar target/dependency/webapp-runner.jar target/*.war

Deploying the application to Heroku

Before you deploy to Heroku, you have to make sure that you set the BUILDPACK_URL URL to http://github.com/vivin/heroku-buildpack-oracle-java. This is a forked version of trautonen's buildpack which has been modified to remove some options (no JCE or Ruby gems). You can set BUILDPACK_URL under Config Variables in your Heroku app's settings, or you can set it from the command-line via:

$ heroku config:set BUILDPACK_URL="http://github.com/vivin/heroku-buildpack-oracle-java"

After this you can deploy your app to Heroku and it will build using Oracle's JDK (initial deployment may take a little bit of time).