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it is the second day now i spend searching on the internet for the same problem and now I hope someone here can help me.
I have a small H2 database running on my Windows machine and for the Data Access Layer I use hibernate and Java. Everything works
fine when I start the application from Eclipse, but when I export the project as a jar file I get following error massage:
Failed to create sessionFactory object.org.hibernate.HibernateException: Could not parse configuration: /hibernate.cfg.xml
It runs on is a JWebSocket which is responsible for the communication an Android phone is sending Tokens and the java
tool is analyzing the Token and starting a transaction over hibernate.
As mentioned before everything works fine when I start the project from Eclipse.
as a example the Position.hbm.xml:
Thank you very much
posted 7 years ago
So found a way the JWebSocket expects the hibernate.cfg.xml at
so I had to create that package and place the hibernate.cfg.xml file there
-> it's still working in Eclipse and it's not working when I export it
now I get the following error
Failed to create sessionFactory object.java.lang.ExceptionInInitializerError
that's at least a little bit more specific now I read something about the log4j Logger and placed a Logger file also in the hibernate.cfg.xml package
and after adding the properties I get the message:
Failed to create sessionFactory object.org.hibernate.HibernateException: Could not parse configuration /hibernate.cfg.xml
So let's see what I can do against that if someone knows something about that error please help
posted 7 years ago
Solved simply updated the JWebSocketServer
-> Then you have to put the hibernate.cfg.xml in the source folder
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