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Adding Hibernate Capabilties.

 
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hi,
The problem is like this.
I am using Eclipse 3.1 and Myeclipse workbench 4.1. I created a web project and added hibernate Capabilties in it. After that some file were generated(xml files). And by mistake i deleted those files.
When i'm again trying to add hibernate capabilties.It's nt showing me the option of adding it. I added this way (Right click -> My eclipse -> Add Hiberbate Capabilties).

Its very urgent if someone know how to do it...plzzz tell ASAP...

thanks
 
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Can't help about the re-adding it, but if you are running on Windows, did you try restoring them from the Recycle bin?!
 
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You can create a new project add Hibernate to it and then copy the needed files from the new project to the old. Once you've recovered them you can delete the new project. After that you can even try to compare the new files with the history in Eclipse. So if you made some changes yesterday maybe Eclipse kept a copy and you can fall back to it after you set the missing files in you project.
 
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