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Hibernate: Problem getting a simple list  RSS feed

 
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I am trying to get a simple list of departments from an employee table in my database using Hibernate. Appearntly this simple task is fairly difficult since Hibernate is all about populating objects with data. Anyway, here is the query I am using:



the createSQLQuery uses the Employee.class to determine the column, I think, so here is my Employee.hbm.xml



I am getting the following exception:



Any ideas?
 
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Hibernate is claiming your ID column doesn't exist in the DB. Is it there?
 
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hi Gregg

why do you use SQL ?

if i got it right, then you can use

the hibernate reference has a chapter on
HQL
in section 11.4 you can find some examples for the thing (i think) you want to do.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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