0 Replies Latest reply on Aug 28, 2007 3:28 PM by SUNDARRAJAN SUYAMBOO

    impl.SessionFactoryObjectFactory: Not found: Jboss issue/bug

    SUNDARRAJAN SUYAMBOO Newbie

      By looking at log I am successfully loading the SessionFactory,

      2007-08-28 13:57:36,808 INFO [main] impl.SessionFactoryObjectFactory: Not binding factory to JNDI, no JNDI name configured
      2007-08-28 13:57:36,808 INFO [main] util.NamingHelper: JNDI InitialContext properties:{}
      2007-08-28 13:57:36,808 INFO [main] cache.UpdateTimestampsCache: starting update timestamps cache at region: org.hibernate.c
      ache.UpdateTimestampsCache
      2007-08-28 13:57:36,808 WARN [main] cache.EhCacheProvider: Could not find configuration [org.hibernate.cache.UpdateTimestamp
      sCache]; using defaults.
      2007-08-28 13:57:36,828 INFO [main] cache.StandardQueryCache: starting query cache at region: org.hibernate.cache.StandardQu
      eryCache
      2007-08-28 13:57:36,828 WARN [main] cache.EhCacheProvider: Could not find configuration [org.hibernate.cache.StandardQueryCa
      che]; using defaults.
      2007-08-28 13:57:36,828 INFO [main] impl.SessionFactoryImpl: Checking 0 named HQL queries
      2007-08-28 13:57:36,828 INFO [main] impl.SessionFactoryImpl: Checking 0 named SQL queries
      2007-08-28 13:57:36,838 INFO [main] jmx.Hibernate: SessionFactory successfully built and bound into JNDI [java:/hibernate/Se
      ssionFactoryTest]


      Then I tried to execute a database operation by a Servlet which is part of .war file in the same .EAR and it threw , the following


      2007-08-28 13:57:56,927 WARN [http-0.0.0.0-8080-1] impl.SessionFactoryObjectFactory: Not found: 2c98b24214add5fe0114add60028
      0000 .


      Is this a known issue/bug?

      Sun