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Hibernate -> not-null property references a null or transient value

 
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Hello there,
I've started using Hibernate with EJB3, but I've got the following error:


I've followed many tutorials (and probably this is the real problem) and my code seems to be fine

the facade bean:


The POJO


The persistence.xml

The password parameter is not empty (it is shown by the logger), so where is my mistake?

Thanks in advance.
[ March 11, 2007: Message edited by: Alessandro Ilardo ]
 
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Moving this to the appropriate ORM forum.

Mark
 
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Actually, I am going to close this thread. The other issue you created in the ORM forum, while a little different error are all related to the same issue you are having, I will respond in that thread.

Mark
 
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