Just put it in *some* lib directory and browse to it in the Hibernate console configuration dialog.
Where to find the Hibernate console configuration dialog?
In the Hibernate Console perspective, in the Hibernate Configurations view (LHS of the screen).
Or, in the Hibernate Console perspective:
File > New > Hibernate Console Configuration
Could you give me step by step to install the Hibernate for Eclipse Reverse-Engineering?
Correct me, if i'm wrong coz i'm very freash about the Hibernate and Eclipse.I already download Hibernate 3.1.0, Hibernate-tools 3.1.0 beta 2 and Eclipse 3.1.it's required to download ant?
You should ask for help with Hibernate Tools in the Hibernate Tools forum. Max doesn't follow this forum.
I do follow it ;)
...but to norhaida, i'm in progress of updating the docs and we will release that soon where there are more details of how to install it.
Until then here is the quick steps:
Requirement when wanting the UI:
Requirement when not using the UI:
Unzip the distribution and copy plugin and feature directories to your eclipse directory (there should already be plugin and feature directory, so the end result is just that the new plugins gets placed in the existing directories)
Start eclipse (sometimes it is necessary to start it with eclipse -clean to make it work)
Create a console configuration (Ctlr+N, Hibernate/Console Configuraiton Wizard or simply via the hibernate.cfg.xml Wizard)
Remember to check that your build directory and jdbc driver jar is included in the console configuration classpath.
After this point you should be able to run hibernate code generation from the Run menu or via the hibernate icon in the toolbar.
p.s. to get the new seam stuff you currently need to use the latest nightly builds - see tools.hibernate.org for links.
where to find the JDBC driver .jar file? Im using MS Server 2000.
1) I already download the jdbc driver from http://jtds.sourceforge.net/ then where should i put the .jar file. it's inside the C:\eclipse\configuration ?
2) when i start new wizard , i got empty folder on the Hiberate Configuration File (cfg.xml). why it is happend?
1) you should just point to it in the console configuration classpath.
2) huh ?