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Session onject throwing exception when trying to save a object or begin a transaction

 
venkatPrasad Regula
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I have written a simple hibernate code to save an object. When I type session.save(0 or session.beginTransaction(), it is throwing an exception. My code is given below



The output is
 
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Same thing is happening if I try to start a Transaction too.

 
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Can you show us the mapping and hibernate configuration file?
 
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Hibernate Mapping File



Hibernate Cfg file

 
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If I try the example given on RoseIndia website it is working. I am really not able to identify what the fault is.
 
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print the exception full stack trace and see you can find anything useful...
 
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I started the server too
Server info displayed is

root
localhost
/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock

MySQL 5.1.41-3ubuntu12.6
localhost
127.0.0.1
 
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Change the code in ( probably it may work..I'm not sure..)

SessionFactory sessionFactory=new Configuration().configure("hibernate.cfg.xml").buildSessionFactory();
and run with exception full stack trace...
we hope the best..
 
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The issue got resolved as I placed an higher version of mysql jar file
 
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