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|Tomcat and Hibernate: HibernateException: Unable to determine appropriate DataSource to use|
The cause of this problem was a circular dependency when using Guice
dependency injection. A module had a dependency on the servlet context
in order to contruct the DataSource, but GuiceServletContextListener
constructs the injector before the context is available. See
https://github.com/google/guice/issues/603 for more information and a
|org.hibernate.HibernateException: The database returned no natively generated identity value With db mysql|
You forget to use the auto_increment in Your database table. The
Table table definition some thing like the below format,
CREATE TABLE EMPLOYEE (
ID INT AUTO_INCREMENT,
PRIMARY KEY (ID)
|hibernate auditions generating same rev id in for multiple insert in one table|
A revid always span modifications in multiple tables!
Yes, the inserts are called at the end of the transaction, but: If you
use optimistic transaction isolation, a transaction can read the
uncommitted state of another transactions that are currently active
but not yet committed.
If you become a integrityconstraintsviolation the column rev_id is
unfortunatelly configured "unique". This is a wron
|Insert data to a table using hibernate inside rest web service|
This problem arises most commonly when there are multiple versions of
the ASM JAR on the runtime classpath. ASM used to be a popular
library and therefore many other libraries have historically depended
on it. However, when the runtime classpath contains multiple versions
of the ASM JAR, only one is version of the JAR is loaded (which one is
loaded varies by platform).
You need to scan your run
|Find Missing Employees in Salary table|
Your salary table has more rows than your employees table. About three
million vs. about three hundred thousand.
The salary table has a two-part primary key, which means one employee
might have multiple salaries with different from_dates. You know, for
raises and stuff.