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spring migration from 3x to 4x to create hibernate session factory

 
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I have a working project for spring XA transaction (http://www.javaworld.com/article/2077714/java-web-development/xa-transactions-using-spring.html). I modified the project downloaded and created pom.xml since i had to integrate it with my project. Initially i started with spring 3x. I got it working properly for spring 3x. Now i have to integrate it with hibernate, so in order to create hibernate session factory, i stated migrating it to spring 4x.

i have following entries in my config file for spring 3x

spring config file:



and the pom.xml is having following entry:



This works completely fine. Now if i want to migrate to spring4x, i make the following changes and update my pom.xml as follows:



When i make the above changes and run my program, i get the following error:



Is there any other changes i have to make to get this project working with spring 4x.

I am trying to migrate to spring 4x since i have to make session factory as follows:



I have put my code at dropbox.com/s/734k6l6seji3uk6/XA-Txn-mvn.rar . If you open the rar, the root folder contains MainApp.log. Also there is lib folder containing 3 jars which are required by application. The other jars can be downloaded by using pom.xml.
 
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