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Problem in insert query

 
amishrm sharma
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Hi everyone! I'm developing my first java application using hibernate. I'm stuck with this problem and I can't figure out where's my mistake, so if someone has any idea it would be very helpful.

Basically,my code is properly excuted, but each and every excution time previous data from the table is deleted from the database and new data is inserted into the db. Please suggest me.

i am using Oracle 10g database server.

Please check the below code.
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in HibernateUtil class
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in DataManger class
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in Mapping file
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in Configuration File Hibernate.cfg.xml
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Best Regards,
Amit Sharma
[ December 17, 2008: Message edited by: Paul Sturrock ]
 
Paul Sturrock
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Basically,my code is properly excuted, but each and every excution time previous data from the table is deleted from the database and new data is inserted into the db. Please suggest me.

From your hibernate.cfg.xml:


This means your tables will be removed everytime your restart your application. If you want Hibernate to do DDL stuff, you might consider changing this value to update.
[ December 17, 2008: Message edited by: Paul Sturrock ]
 
amishrm sharma
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Thanks Paul..
it's working now.
 
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