Re: Please help I need to solve this

"Andrew Thompson" <u32984@uwe>
Thu, 13 Sep 2007 05:46:57 GMT
kris wrote:

Sub: Please help I need to solve this

Please don't be so pathetic. Other notes..
- Is that a question? If so, adding a '?' at the end
sure helps mark it as such.*
- A subject of 'BeanCreationException in WebLogic' would
be a lot better at attracting the attention of those who have
most experience with this type of error. (And also help avoid
acerbic comments as lead this reply).

I am using Weblogic8.1 SP3 , Hibernate 3 and spring 1.2.3 version.
While deploying the code , I am getting this exception. can any body
help that how to solve this problem.

* 'Ditto' - please add question marks to questions.

org.springframework.beans.factory.BeanCreationException: Error

OK - this it the immediate or end problem, but
further down..

creating bean with name 'sessionFactory' defined in ServletContext
resource [/WEB-INF/applicationContext.xml]: Initialization of bean
failed; nested exception is class path
resource [WEB-INF/classes/com/elemica/api/component/account/
AccountBean.hbm.xml] cannot be opened because it does not exist

..this seems to be the real or *underlying* problem.

Some comments based on that..
- Have you checked that path in the WEB-INF directory,
to check that file actually *does* exist?
- It seems odd to me that the Exception mentions the
'classes' directory specifically. Any attempt to gain
resources for a web app. (or app., or applet) should use
Class.getResource("name") or similar to locate the
resource in either the classes directory, *or* as part
of an (.jar) archive in the ..'lib'(?) directory. If this code
used the Class.gR() mehtod to locate the resource,
it should have returned a null URL if the resource
was not located, long before throwing an FNFE.
The Exception instead suggests that some coder
has perhaps *hard* *coded* that filename into the app.
Slap them for me, there's a pet.

Andrew Thompson

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