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How To Add Hibernate Facet To Eclipse Galileo JPA Project?

 
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I have installed Eclipse Galileo (Java EE version) and am trying to set it up for development using JBoss/Hibernate/MySQL. I have Eclipse starting my JBoss server, and database connectivity to MySQL works. Now I want to create a JPA project that uses Hibernate. When creating a JPA project it asks for a platform and JPA implementation on the JPA Facet dialog. Right now the choices for platform are "Generic", "EclipseLink 1.0.x", and "EclipseLink 1.1.x". Options for JPA implementation are "EclipseLink 1.1.x", "User Library", and "Disable Library Configuration".

How do I add Hibernate as the JPA implementation? I read somewhere that I need to install Hibernate Tools, so I did that from the JBoss Tools update site. Still can't seem to figure this out.
 
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I am not sure if this helps, cos I am using Weblogic Workshop. I tried to create a new Web project and while selecting the Comfigurations, I selected "Weblogic Web project Facets" . On Clicking Next, it gives a list of Frameworks that can be added to the project like Spring, JPA, JSF and Struts. Check Hibernate and go through the next steps and you should be fine.
 
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Ajeeth Kumar wrote:I am not sure if this helps, cos I am using Weblogic Workshop. I tried to create a new Web project and while selecting the Comfigurations, I selected "Weblogic Web project Facets" . On Clicking Next, it gives a list of Frameworks that can be added to the project like Spring, JPA, JSF and Struts. Check Hibernate and go through the next steps and you should be fine.



Sorry dude, saw the post date jus now... I was kinda a over enthusiastic about solving some body's problem in Coderanch
 
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