Basically I need to count the times an object gets persisted, updated, etc. With
@PostUpdate and so on.
But I also need to know how long these store-actions take (only altogether), is there a way to do it with the (default) Entity Listener?
You could activate the hibernate statistics: set
true eigher by command line property by configuration in persistence.xml
... <properties> ... <property name="hibernate.generate_statistics" value="true"/> <properties>
and add to your logging configuration
<logger name="org.hibernate.stat" level="DEBUG" />
This would tell you for each session how many SQL statments are executed and how long does it take
BTW: internally it is done by
I believe the better way to achieve this is to use AOP, intercepting the methods you want to measure and doing anything you want. Spring AOP seems perfect for this.
I know it's not related with Entity Listener, but it's just a different ideia =)
Documentation with examples: http://docs.spring.io/autorepo/docs/spring-framework/3.2.x/spring-framework-reference/html/aop-api.html