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Data is not inserting

 
Gyaneshwar Prasad
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Hello There,
I am working with Hibernate and I am unable to insert any data into DB

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[hibernate.cfg.xml]

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[book.hbm.xml]

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[ mypkg/Book.java ]

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[ BookTest.java ]

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[ HibernateSession.java ]

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Here it is what I have in my whole program under "mypkg" package. I am using Hibernate2.1, MySQL4.1 and also I have all required class/jar files in my classpath, since I am working with Eclipse3.1.

I am getting only this message:

Hibernate: insert into books
(title, author, isbn, pagecount, copyright, cost) values (?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?)

No Data at all !

Please help me in this context. Thanks in Advance.

[Edited to use code tags - Paul Sturrock]
[ October 03, 2006: Message edited by: Paul Sturrock ]
 
Scott Johnson
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You need to call session.getTransaction().commit() before calling session.close() or set hibernate.connection.autocommit to true.
 
Gyaneshwar Prasad
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Thanks Scott,
Sorry for replying too late. Its really working . thumb:
Thank again!
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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