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Spring,Hibernate Integration Question?

 
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I want to send my form data to mysql database using Hibernate.I made a mysql database called hibernatedemo with student table which has fields id,name,email.
This @RequestMapping("AddContactOK") code is not working properly.can you explain a way to correct the below code
(//save data in mysql? place in first code set)
This is my code in Add.java in controller class


This is data in student class



This is my code in Contact.java


This is my code in HibernateUtil class




 
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Actually the problem you are having is not related to Hibernate at all.

@RequestMapping takes the URL that you want to map to that method.

so

"AddContact" to me would mean

www.mysite.com/myWebContextNameForMyApp/AddContact

is the URL. I always forget if you are required to have a "/" in front of your string or not like

"/AddContact"

Hope that helps

Mark
 
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