Please enter a title. Below is the debug info: Class whose forName threw this java. But it doesn’t make any difference. I did go into the console and made sure that spring, spring-dm, jpa-hibernate are installed. At first I did not have these, but no difference either way.
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The previous answers here were right, and wrong. Thank you for helping keep Tek-Tips Forums free from inappropriate org.hsqldb.jdbcdriver . What I did was create the simplest spring hibernate bundle that I can.
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Error creating bean with name ‘main’ defined in URL bundleentry: Can you make sure that you don’t have multiple dbcp bundles in your container e. So, what is going on?
As a test to see if I can get a spring hibernate project working in esb in eclipse I created a maven spring osgi project. MessageDatabase Checkpoint done. You don’t have a java. Sign up using Email and Password. What could be the problem? If not, could you paste us the full stacktrace? Then I went to the project’s properties and choose “add external jar” and choose.
Now I have the hibernate specific problem to figure out. You can drag and drop the file into a lib directory of your project. Thanks, That was lucky you putting that answer in yesterday! I am assuming that you are using Eclipse, then right click into your project, click properties and then add it to your build path.
I did go into the console and made sure that spring, spring-dm, jpa-hibernate are installed. Also, is the log file in the zip.