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Guys,

Why do we need a package attribute to be specified for the hibernate mapping file?
 
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The package attribute is optional, you don't need to use it.

If you do it and you have unqualified classes named in you mapping file they are assumed to be in the named package.
 
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Originally posted by Paul Sturrock:
The package attribute is optional, you don't need to use it.

If you do it and you have unqualified classes named in you mapping file they are assumed to be in the named package.



Thanks! I got the idea now.
 
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