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Problem in using Hibernate with struts 2.1.2 tiles

 
Sweta Chauhan
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I am trying to integrate Hibernate3 with struts2.1.2 tiles, it's gives error resource() not found. Without hibernate it's running, as soon as I add list of jar files for hibernate, get the resource not found error. Anybody have got same error, any help will be appreciated.

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Please TellTheDetails. Exact error message, stack trace, etc. otherwise it's impossible to help.
 
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David Newton wrote:Please TellTheDetails. Exact error message, stack trace, etc. otherwise it's impossible to help.



When try to run from eclipse then it's gives the error

HTTP Status 404 -

type Status report

message

description The requested resource () is not available.


 
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Not helpful--we need the stack trace found in the logs.
 
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David Newton wrote:Not helpful--we need the stack trace found in the logs.


Stack Trace is given below:

 
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Aaaaaand the circumstances under which you get the error... Please don't make us guess everything.
 
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When I add list of jar files for hibernate, after that got this error.
 
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On startup? On visiting a URL? Did you replace any S2 dependencies with Hibernate dependencies? Are there multiple jars for the same library? Is there any source code behind the JSP you're showing? We're not in front of your computer: we don't *know* what you're seeing, doing, etc.
 
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