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class not found exception

 
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Hi i am getting the following error. I am not understanding how to resolve it.


ERROR IS



CODE IS

applicationContext.xml (its in WEBINF folder)



All other hbm files are loading. I have added new hbm file i.e., PtmFile.hbm.xml and its not working. I am not understanding why its not loading ?

 
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Hi Maganti,

I found this in stack trace "Caused by: java.io.FileNotFoundException: class path resource [map/PtmFile.hbm.xml] cannot be opened because it does not exist"

Please put the hbm file in class path or particular location and redeploy the application.. As its says file not found...

 
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in addition to what jatan said make sure the servlet-api depedency in your POM is scoped to provided. Your application should not include this jar when it is built as its Tomcat has its own.
 
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