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Hibernate and Jasper reporting

Sumer Selvaraj
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I'm creating a web based system which utilizes Hibernate framework. I've created the hibernate configuration & pojo classes with netbeans tools. It works perfectly but the issue occurs when I try to create jasper report.

I have a table called "external_shipping" and it has a composite key. The xml mapping file as follows



Netbeans automatically created the class for the "ExternalShippingId" class. This is it.



So when I try to make a connection in jasper report (netbean plugin), it gives me error as
component class not found: ExternalShippingId
I've added the class path as
C:\Users\dell\Documents\NetBeansProjects\DocumentManagementProject\src\java


But it gives the same error. Any idea about it???

 
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