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Install latest hibernate in eclipse running J2EE5

 
yuan shou
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I am having trouble making the latest hibernate (3.3.0.SP1) to work with J2EE5 and Eclipse 3.4. Has anyone succeeding in making them work together? Most of the online resources are based on the old releases of those packages, and I failed to repeat them yesterday, so I suspect some version incompatibility may cause it.

Thanks for your time.
 
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I've been using Eclipse with the latest releases and haven't run into any problems. What types of errors are you getting?

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yuan shou
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I am using the online tutorials returned by Google search with keywords "eclipse hibernate tutorial".

The problem with the first tutorial http://www.roseindia.net/hibernate/index.shtml is that I found no data was inserted into the MySQL or Oracle database even though I followed everything on the tutorial which has the old Hibernate version 3.0. I also tried my own way by using Hibernet 3.4 and not lucky either.

The problem with some other tutorials is that I used the latest version of Eclipse (ver 3.4) and J2EE (ver 5) and the screen output look different and I have no way to tell whether my approach is the way it is supposed to be.

I did manage to run the latest Hibernate successfully using Ant by following the tutorial coming with the Hibernate package. But no luck with Eclipse yet.
 
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