I'm having difficulty figuring out a message when running hibernate-based application. It says ...jdbc.DB2Exception: [IBM][CLI Driver][DB2/NT] SQL0204N "DB2ADMIN.ORDER" is an undefined name. SQLSTATE=42704.
Evidently, the schema name (supposed to be "trial_1") was not used, and user name was used instead. Therefore, the question becomes How I can set up the schema name when doing mapping in hibernate, specifically, in hibernate.hbm.xml, or other places?
You can include the schema name in the Properties you configure your SessionFactory with. How you configure those properties its up to you - wether programatically, through hibernate.properties or another config file. The examples I think use hibernate.properties - in which case your schema name is defined in your hibernate.connection.url (you'll have to refer to DB2 docs to check the syntax). Alternatively, if you are running Hibernate for use in a container, you define the schema name where you define the DataSource.