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org.hibernate. MappingException

 
Pablo M�ller
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Hi, I'm getting this error and I can't figure out what is it:
(I had to add a few spaces in the stack trace to prevent a 30 characters long words error)


this is the mapping document:



and this is Version class where it's failing:



Thanks.
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Interesting, it looks correct, but it could be a simple single character error like a simple mispelling or the package is mispelled.

Just out of curiosity can you seperate all your class mapping into seperate hbm.xml files? One for each class mapping.

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Thanks for the reply.
I just tried separating the files and I still get the same error.
If you have any other idea it will be more than welcome
Bye and thanks again.
 
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"<property name="usuario" type="wuw.model.Usuario"/>"

Remove the "type="wuw.model.Usuario"", Hibernate can determine the type from the type of the attribute or from the return type of the Getter method.

Also, in Usuario class, I was wondering if maybe the set of amigos, might be where the exception is occurring, because you are trying to go to a different table but the class type is the same Usuario class, which is mapped to the usuarios table, not the usuario_amigos table. There is a problem with that, you can't have the one class Usuario trying to save to two different tables.
I say this is the biggest problem and would cause some exception to be thrown.


Mark
 
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