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 Post subject: Console with custom naming strategy
PostPosted: Sun Oct 18, 2015 12:01 pm 

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I'm using the JBoss Hibernate Tools 4.0.1 Eclipse plugin (Luna) together with a JPA project and I would like to get the Hibernate Console running for manually
query tests. In my project I've configured a custom naming strategy within the persistence.xml using hibernate.ejb.naming_strategy. This works
so far within the application.

I've setup a Hibernate Tools configuration so that the session factory gets initialized properly, specifying the persistence unit and the project, the PU is located in.
I can open the session factory and can browse the entities as well as the database connection. So far so well.

But when I try to execute a query via the hibernate console (from MyEntity), a postgresql exception occurs, complaining about the non-existing relation 'myentity'.
This is because my naming strategy normally adds a prefix to the table names.

In addition, I also added the naming strategy explicitly in the Hibernate Tools configuration option as well. But this also doesn't seem to have any effect.
Also, when I enter a non-existing class there, nobody complains about it - so I guess this is somehow being ignored.

Any idea what I'm missing?

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