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I have created a Spring Boot application. Below is my pom.xml file.



Below is yaml file.



Seems everything ok, but when i run the project it is not creating the table "Leave in the Database.
I have Leave Entity in model project which is added in the pom.xml. Below is the Leave Entity class.




Below is the logs when i run the project.



 
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Below is the logs when applications runs

 
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That's in an INFO-level log message. I think it simply means that the hibernate subsystem tested for a feature not available in your specific environment and wants you to know that it adopted an alternative strategy.

I wouldn't worry about it unless something more severe shows up.

It's possible that you could customize your configuration to tell it not to bother testing (and therefore not get the message), but if you're like most of us, you've probably got so much else to do it isn't worth the time and trouble.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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