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MySQL, Maven, Hibernate, MacOSX - Authentication

 
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Hi,

I'm trying to get a project working with the above. When I run the hibernate3:hbm2cfgxml goal, I get two stack traces:
The topline of the first is:
'org.hibernate.exception.GenericJDBCException: Getting database metadata'

The topline of the second is:
'Caused by: java.sql.SQLException: Access denied for user 'rogergraham'@'localhost' (using password: YES)'

I do not understand what to put for hibernate.connection.username and hibernate.connection.password.

I have to sudo to run mysql (where it runs as root: yes I know this is bad, but I'm just starting with the Mac so please be forgiving!) But even if I put the root username/password combination in, I get the same error.

Is there something I'm missing here? When you have a JDBC connection and supply the username/password, this is the combination that is set on the database instance itself, right? I'm very confused...

Any help greatly appreciated!


Thanks,
Roger
 
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Roger,
Welcome to JavaRanch!

We have a special forum for ORM. Since this is about Hibernate and not pure JDBC, I'm moving it there. This question does pertain to a bunch of technologies though. If the conversation shifts back to JDBC (or Maven) someone can move it again. For now, I think you will get the most help in the ORM forum.
 
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Hi,

This is problem of the system authentication... if your system has got the
admin privileges then use this ..........there is no code problem.......

You can also use

rogergraham@IPADDresss (like 192.168.100.13)(then also it will not work)


privileges.............prblm....
 
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Quite likely a MySQL authorization issue. Try with standalone MySQL.
 
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