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Hi All,

I am stuck on this problem for last several hours.I have tried looking everywhere but this problem would not go away.
Here is my entity class :-



Here is applicationContext.xml :-



Java code that is giving problem is here :-

error comes on filterDao.persist(filter) ;

persist method has this code snippet :-

Here is the exception stack trace :-



Can someone please help?Thanks!
 
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It seems spring reads projectname-servlet.xml.It does not read applicationContext.xml even if it is mentioned in web.xml .
How does it work?I am totally confused.
 
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Can you post the relevant part(s) of the web.xml? Where's your applicationContext.xml is located in the deployed application? Is this happens to any other annotated beans or only for this?
 
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It happens with all annotated beans.applicationContext.xml is under WEB-INF/classes. Here is web.xml :-
 
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