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What is difference between org.springframework.orm.hibernate3 and Hibernate core jar

 
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Hi there

I am using Spring and Hibernate to develop a web application.This is my Spring.xml file


this is my POM.xml file


as you can see I have also Included some core Hibernate jars


My Question is If In my Spring.xml file I am using something like


then is it necessary to include core Hibernate jars?
 
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Kishor Joshi wrote:then is it necessary to include core Hibernate jars?


Have you already tried removing the hibernate dependencies from your pom and see what happens?
 
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