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running before I can crawl ( or how to add Spring to an existing Hibernate standalone app)

 
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So I'm trying to transmorgify a working standalone Java/Hibernate/MySQL app to use Spring.
I've got this far by cutting and pasting snippets from all over cyberspace and RTFMing a bit:

ApplicationContext.xml

and
StateDAOHibernate

and StateDAO

and State

and finally my app
TheNewApp.java


but the app barfs on the line indicated with the following stacktrace


so something's messed-up or incomplete with my configuration but I can't spot it (hmmm, time to RTM more).
In the meantime can someone tell me what I need to get this working?

As always, all tips/hints/constructive criticism/and especially examples are all welcome.

TIA,

Still-learning Stuart
 
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A hint received from someone in another forum led to the solution: here's the updated ApplicationContext.xml



Thanks for looking,

Still-learning Stuart>
 
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