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hi,

i am trying on web application with moskitt who help me to generate quickly application. but i got this error message using hsqldb :



and then when i followin a link display by the following message i got this:

The jar hinernate3 has no source attachment



please somebody can tell me was wrong with hibernate ?
 
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java.sql.SQLException: Database does not exists in statement [opentest-db]


This implies that your database isn't configured. Do you have a hibernate configuration file?

As far as the source attachment, what IDE are you using? If Eclipse, you go into project properties and set the source jar in the build jars.

Also, note that "hinernate" is a typo. Make sure you have "hibernate" in your actually app so a typo isn't causing the source not to be found.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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