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Spring/*Hibernate*/Struts - "Error parsing XML"

 
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I'm trying to get to grips with Spring/Hibernate/Struts using a cut-down variant of AppFuse. When starting Tomcat (5.5) having deployed my first hibernate definition, I get "Error parsing XML..." as shown in the extract of output below.


I also notice that the output mentions lb1.netster.com. What is 'netster' doing here? Is it causing me a problem? If so, how do I stop the webserver from looking there?

The xml that should be evaluated is as follows:



Any ideas what could be going wrong?
Assume nothing - I could have made some very basic error!

[ March 14, 2006: Message edited by: Roger Yates ]
 
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I don't believe it!

Yes, it was a basic error, but lead me to erroneously believing I'd been infected with some netster spyware that had somehow gotten into Tomcat!

This: should have been this:

Somehow, I managed to type an extra 'u' into sourceforge :roll: .
The domain 'sourcefourge.net' has been taken by netster and the request gets redirected to the netster site, causing my XML to be invalid!

I'd have wasted a lot less time if I'd got an invalid URL message rather than finding netster in my output! Thanks a bunch netster - NOT!

Not amused, but happy to be back in action again.

I considered deleting my former post, but have left it here for the unlikely event that someone else hits the same problem. (And I thought I'd checked that XML soooo carefully!)

For the record, removing that extra 'u' results in a lovely set of creation messages beginning with a 'Mapping Class' message.

[ March 14, 2006: Message edited by: Roger Yates ]
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