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Hi all

I am relatively new to hibernate and the ORM concept.
I have followed certain instructions and have written the businessobjects which consist of getters and setters of the fields.

Then i have written the DAO's where i am accessing the Business Objects.

Now i want to connect this to mysql database, how do i proceed, any configuration files to be written please let me know

Thanks in advance,

With Regards
Vivek.
 
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Hi,

U need to configure the hbm.xml files for the classes u r goping to persist.

And a hibernate.cfg.xml for the session factory cionfiguration and database settings..

 
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