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Hi all,
am trying to integrate spring2.5 with hibernate . Code of dispatcher servlet is ... please tell me what's the problem in my code waiting for your reply
 
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Hi Indu,
There is no property such as hibernate.connection.driver_class or other properties in org.springframework.jdbc.datasource.DriverManagerDataSource, which you have declared in datasource. So you are getting NotReadablePropertyException. It is having properties driverClassName,url,username and password. Try changing to this.

P:S: I would recommend you to move all the hibernate and other application related to beans to applicationContext.xml and use ContextLoaderListener to initialize it.
 
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Thanks Prasad, it works like a charm. But why are you suggesting to use applicationContext.xml instead of spring-config ?
 
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Just for the purpose of readability, because hibernate beans are application specific beans, the spring-dispatcher-servlet.xml, contains the handler mappings. If the application grows big, this would help in readability.
 
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