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XFire or Hibernate error?

liu fei
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Joined: Nov 28, 2007
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Hi here.
Here is the problem:
I use PHP codes to access java webservices but it return the following error: soap:Server: Error invoking 'webstry.IUserMessageService.getUser()'. Nested exception is java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException: null.

The IUserMessageService is the interface of implementation class UserMessageServiceImpl.
The method "getUser" in UserMessageServiceImpl invoke a DAO implementation class UserMessageDAOImpl to operate object persistence and it use Hibernate3.
The server is Resin2 and the webservices framework is XFire.
By the way,the IDE is Myeclipse.
Thanks and sorry for bad english.
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