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HIbernate uses reflection to instantiate a POJO class to set the values into it from the DB. SO it does the instantiation using Java Reflection. When a class is instantiated using reflection the class must have a default constructor. Otherwise an exception is thrown.

Posted by Antony on Tuesday, 06.9.09 @ 11:14am | #88352

Hi,

"Place hibernate.cfg.xml file in the source directory e.g. "C:\Struts-Hibernate-Integration\code\src\java""

in the directory
WEB-INF\src\java ?

Posted by Sergey on Sunday, 05.24.09 @ 18:44pm | #87980

I donot want to write cfg file to configure. I want to configure it by code. Please send me a code snippet.

Posted by Neelamadhab Mallick on Thursday, 02.5.09 @ 10:49am | #84529

i usually get SAX parse exception even the file is properly placed i also donot find any problem in validation with dtd. is there any soln. a warning i also get about to use log4j

Posted by sudhansu on Monday, 06.25.07 @ 10:55am | #20126

The <generator class = "increment"> in the <id> element tells hibernate to generate the primary key "id" by incrementing by 1.

Thanks
Deepak

Posted by Deepak Kumar on Friday, 04.6.07 @ 12:23pm | #13457

Should the POJO class always be Serializable? Why?
And what are the use of default constructors in the POJO class?

Posted by prosenjit on Friday, 04.6.07 @ 10:04am | #13448

In the Tutorial.hbm.xml file, what is the use of <generator class = "increment"> in the <id> element?

Posted by prosenjit on Friday, 04.6.07 @ 10:03am | #13447

Hi i'm trying to implement the above example but i got fatal exception . first of all i couldnt able to create sessionfactory. null pointer exception occured at the creating of sessionfactory. pls do advise me. Thanks

Posted by sarath koiloth ramath on Wednesday, 01.3.07 @ 12:26pm | #2528

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