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 Post subject: Hibernate annotations does not work, whats the workaround?
PostPosted: Wed Jan 25, 2006 10:43 am 
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Hello there! I've post this topic:
http://forum.hibernate.org/viewtopic.php?t=954593

About a problem with annotations. Well, I know it's in beta stage, hence the bugs. So, I decided to move back to hbm files (damn, I was loving those @Entity annotations).

Well, creating the HBM is suicide! Xdoclet is deprecated (does not support Java 5.0 generics or other class annotations I have)

So what's the solution for this?

Regards

BTW: How do I report that annotation bug?


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Altenatives are Xdoclet which although depreciated work fine for most things - xdoclet 2 or write the hbm's by hand which is pretty easy anyway.


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timrobertson100 wrote:
Altenatives are Xdoclet which although depreciated work fine for most things - xdoclet 2 or write the hbm's by hand which is pretty easy anyway.


Does xdoclet 2 supports java 5.0 keywords ???


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