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Org.hibernate.AnnotationException: No identifier specified for entity: <Entity Class>

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Hi All,

I have been struggling to resolve below error while executing main methoud in JAR commandline.

However when I run the same program through commandline I don't see any issue. From past couple of days I searched technical forums and tried multiple stuff but nothing worked.

As of the this discussion  I suspect that the issue is pertaining to hibernate dependencies. Here is maven dependency list.

Please help me in resolving this issue.
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Are you properly identifying the primary key in your Hibernate entity (simple or compound)? If you don't, Hibernate won't know what it is. If you're using annotations, there is a specific annotation for that; if you're using xml, there is specific xml for that.

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