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HSQL embedded database giving "user lacks privilege or object not found"

 
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Hello,
I'm attempting to configure an embedded HSQL database in a maven/hibernate project for unit testing. For "production mode", I have configured an Oracle database, with works fine (I can add, delete, etc.).

For unit testing, I first tried specifying in the spring config file:



schema.sql contains SQL for creating all of the tables and sequences. When running, I get errors saying the tables already exist. OK, I remove that line and have just:




When I run that, I get "user lacks privilege or object not found" when attempting to insert the data found in the "test-data.sql" file. I assume that the tables do exist (since I get the first error message) and I just don't have access. The information I've seen don't seem to imply security credentials are needed for the embedded databases, but I'm not sure about that. I attempted to change the configuration passing credentials like:



But I get the same "user lacks privilege or object not found".

If I remove the jdbc:initialize-database element completely, I get the same "user lacks privilege or object not found" error as the test case is attempting to create a JPA object.


Any idea what I'm doing wrong?

 
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Never mind, I got it to work. I needed to add "if not exists" in the creation of the elements. Not sure why, maybe the script is being executed more than once? I don't know...
 
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