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Mappings and POJO's in different folders

 
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I have my .hbm.xml, .cfg.xml files and my DAO Objects in one folder, and my POJO's located in another folder (different packages, in different eclipse projects--it has to stay this way). When I try and load the data from the database, my .hbm.xml files cannot be located and a MappingException is thrown.
 
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put the mapping files on the classpath, that should work.

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