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springDispatcher-servlet.xml



web.xml



applicationContext.xml



AdmissionDaoImpl.java



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The problem lies in your sessionfactory.
Why don't you simply use Spring Boot, it will do all the configuration for you.
Add the spring-boot-starter dependency, remove your dispatcherservlet, web.xml and application-context.xml and put the following application.properties in your resource folder:



And that should do it
 
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Daniel Demesmaecker wrote:The problem lies in your sessionfactory.
Why don't you simply use Spring Boot, it will do all the configuration for you.
Add the spring-boot-starter dependency, remove your dispatcherservlet, web.xml and application-context.xml and put the following application.properties in your resource folder:



And that should do it



I can't use spring boot, I need to done it in same way

 
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Roopesh Rana wrote:

Daniel Demesmaecker wrote:The problem lies in your sessionfactory.
Why don't you simply use Spring Boot, it will do all the configuration for you.
Add the spring-boot-starter dependency, remove your dispatcherservlet, web.xml and application-context.xml and put the following application.properties in your resource folder:



And that should do it



Daniel Demesmaecker wrote: I can't use spring boot, I need to done it in same way

 
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