I am following this interesting tutorial on hibernate here: http://www.tutorialspoint.com/hibernate/hibernate_native_sql.htm
This tutorial, however, neglects to mention where to put these files. I am using a folder structure of a basic Maven project.
The folder structure is as follows:
foo | |-> src | |-> main | | | |-> java | | | |-> org | | | |-> me | | | |-> bar | | | [all my java source-files here] | |-> resources | | | |-> hiber | | | Employee.hbm.xml | hibernate.cfg.xml
resources at the same level if this is not obvious by the ASCII art.
Where should the mapping file (Employee.hbm.xml) go? The file is referenced in the configuration file (hibernate.cfg.xml).
Thank-you for reading this.
You should put the "hibernate.cfg.xml" under "/src/main/resources" You should put all the model-mapping files under the same directory that you define the POJO model classes.
According to the directory structure that you've provided, it should be like;
foo | |-> src | |-> main | | | |-> java | | | |-> org | | | |-> me | | | |-> bar | | | [all yourjava Model source-files here] | Employee.java | Employee.hbm.xml | Customer.java | Customer.hbm.xml | | |-> resources | | | | | hibernate.cfg.xml
And you should reference/map all your Model files in your hibernate.cfg.xml file like below;
<mapping resource="org/me/bar/Employee.hbm.xml"/> <mapping resource="org/me/bar/Customer.hbm.xml"/>
You can also check this out, a capture of my project folder;