WSAS 3.1.0 and Hibernate

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WSAS 3.1.0 and Hibernate

Erik Dannenberg
Our .aar's using Hibernate dont work anymore since the update to 3.1.0, same .aar works fine in 3.0.1.

[2009-07-24 09:54:46,202] DEBUG -  Preparing to build session factory with filters : {}
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,202] DEBUG -  processing extends queue
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,202] DEBUG -  processing collection mappings
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,202] DEBUG -  processing native query and ResultSetMapping mappings
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,202] DEBUG -  processing association property references
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,202] DEBUG -  processing foreign key constraints
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,236]  INFO -  Using Hibernate built-in connection pool (not for production use!)
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,236]  INFO -  Hibernate connection pool size: 20
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,236]  INFO -  autocommit mode: false
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,237]  INFO -  using driver: com.mysql.jdbc.Driver at URL: jdbc:mysql://127.0.0.1:3306/axis2_test?autoReconnect=true
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,237]  INFO -  connection properties: {user=****, password=****}
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,237] DEBUG -  total checked-out connections: 0
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,237] DEBUG -  opening new JDBC connection
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,239]  WARN -  Could not obtain connection metadata
java.sql.SQLException: No suitable driver found for jdbc:mysql://127.0.0.1:3306/axis2_test?autoReconnect=true

The JDBC driver is definatly in the classpath as i checked it via Class.forName("com.mysql.jdbc.Driver").
Any hints would be appreciated.

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Re: WSAS 3.1.0 and Hibernate

Afkham Azeez-2
You have to place the JDBC driver into the $CARBON_HOME/repository/components/extensions directory

Hibernate is working with WSAS 3.1.0. Please check with the Chad sample, which uses Hibernate.

Azeez

On Fri, Jul 24, 2009 at 8:02 AM, Erik Dannenberg <[hidden email]> wrote:
Our .aar's using Hibernate dont work anymore since the update to 3.1.0, same .aar works fine in 3.0.1.

[2009-07-24 09:54:46,202] DEBUG -  Preparing to build session factory with filters : {}
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,202] DEBUG -  processing extends queue
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,202] DEBUG -  processing collection mappings
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,202] DEBUG -  processing native query and ResultSetMapping mappings
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,202] DEBUG -  processing association property references
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,202] DEBUG -  processing foreign key constraints
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,236]  INFO -  Using Hibernate built-in connection pool (not for production use!)
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,236]  INFO -  Hibernate connection pool size: 20
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,236]  INFO -  autocommit mode: false
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,237]  INFO -  using driver: com.mysql.jdbc.Driver at URL: jdbc:mysql://<a href="http://127.0.0.1:3306/axis2_test?autoReconnect=true [2009-07-24" target="_blank">127.0.0.1:3306/axis2_test?autoReconnect=true
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,237]  INFO -  connection properties: {user=****, password=****}
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,237] DEBUG -  total checked-out connections: 0
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,237] DEBUG -  opening new JDBC connection
[2009-07-24 09:54:46,239]  WARN -  Could not obtain connection metadata
java.sql.SQLException: No suitable driver found for jdbc:mysql://127.0.0.1:3306/axis2_test?autoReconnect=true

The JDBC driver is definatly in the classpath as i checked it via Class.forName("com.mysql.jdbc.Driver").
Any hints would be appreciated.

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