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Data getting saved in session, but not being persisted in table.

 
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Dear dudes,
In persisting data in MySQL through hibernate, i'm using a simple java class , which creates an instance of my form , sets data , reads the configuration file, builds a session factory i.e. hibernate.cfg.xml , opens the session and save data .
Actually data was not inserted into the table eventhough i'm getting the message similar to that.

I created the database in MySQL initially.
message console:


My java application:"Testinghibernate.java"




Information.java


hibernate.cfg.xml:



Information.hbm.xml:
 
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will someone please reply?
 
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Possible corrections you have to have work
1.If you are working in eclipse please check the application structure
2. remove the and run it.
 
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see the structure shown in the picture.

after arranging the whole structure just update resource mapping tag in hibernate.cfg.xml with absolute path of the hbm.xml
 
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Hibernate requires a Transaction, and it to be commited to actually save stuff to the database. I do not see a

Transaction tx = session.beginTransaction();

and I also don't see a

tx.commit();

in your code.

Mark
 
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Using Transaction it is working but Is this mandatory to use transaction in Hibernate ?
 
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