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I think my hbm.xml, cfg, and table's class and the main class are all ok but when I run the application as java application I get an error saying
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NullPointerException
at hibTest.AddName.main(AddName.java:20)

Can somehelp.
adding the code here
testt.hbm.xml


hibernate.cfg.xml here
i have oracle database and i m omitting connection url and username and password


testt.java


AddName.java
 
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Line 20 of your code is this one, right?


(Check that in your Java editor. If that isn't line 20, then look at the line of code which is line 20.)

If so, that means that the "sess" variable is null. It hasn't been assigned a value.
 
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yes it is, but sess.save worked so sess may not be null

but i do think the issue may be with hibernate.cfg.xml
cant figure out what
 
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What should be directory structure?
is my cfg.xml placed in wrong place ?
 
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