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Trouble converting a Spring JDBC application for Spring with Hibernate

 
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Hi, I have a Spring application working with Spring JDBC and I'm trying to convert it to use Hibernate but I can't seem to get the Spring configuration right.

My application context file has the configuration for Hibernate connecting to a MySQL database. I want to use full annotations so my beans are not defined. Here is the config file:


Here is my data access class:



If I run the code like this I get the following error on the getCurrentSession() line:
No Hibernate Session bound to thread, and configuration does not allow creation of non-transactional one here

I've done much searching on the internet and trying various examples. I found suggestions adding the following property.
<prop key="hibernate.current_session_context_class">thread</prop>

When I do that I get the following error on the createQuery line:
createQuery is not valid without active transaction

Any suggestions as to what is wrong with my configuration?

Many Thanks,
Ray
 
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