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Deployement problem in oc4j with hibernate + JPA and Spring

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Dear All,

From last 2 days I am facing a problem in deployment of our application in oc4j client of oracle app server.
I am getting the following exception

When I am deploying the same application in tomcat app server its working fine. But I am unable to deploy the same in oc4j.

I am using the following technologies
Spring 2.0
Struts 2.0
Hibernate 3.3
JPA 1.0
IDE : my eclipse 6.0

My persistence.xml


Server.xml (oc4j/j2ee/home/config)

Orion-application.xml (oc4j/j2ee/home/config)

Please help to deploy my application, I created one application with struts2 and spring2 and that is working fine, but when I try to add JPA with hibernate 3.3 I am unable to deploy it.

Thanks a lot in advance.

With best regards,
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Operation failed with error: [mkclsets:mkclsets] - Exception creating EntityManagerFactory using PersistenceProvider class oracle.toplink.essentials.ejb.cmp3.EntityManagerFactoryProvider for persistence unit mkclsetsPersistenceUnit.


This exception message means that the server is using Toplink and not Hibernate as persistence provider. Maybe this will help you configure your server, or some more documentation and Internet lookup in the same direction.
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