20031109: Updated for Cocoon CVS 2.1.3 (8 nov 2003) and for Hibernate 2.1b6
20031113: Updated the attachment. Removed the classes already supplied by Woody.

  1. Read UsingHibernateToMakeYourJavaBeansPersistent if the instructions below go too fast.

  2. Add the Hibernate jars from the Hibernate distribution to WEB-INF/lib. Copy only the jars that are not yet present. And don't forget the Hibernate jar itself (it is not in the Hibernate lib directory)

  3. Copy the content of WEB-INF of the zip file (see attachment) into your Cocoon WEB-INF.

  4. Merge the line in _cocoon.xconf into your real cocoon.xconf (this adds the Avalon component that creates the Hibernate session)

  5. Edit hibernate.properties in WEB-INF/classes. Insert your login credentials for your database

  6. Create tables in your database with the mysql.sql script. (Hibernate has support for many different databases. Change the SQL dialect in hibernate.properties and edit this script if don't use mysql but something else.

  7. Copy the content (the woody map in the zip file) somewhere in your cocoon directory.
  8. Restart Tomcat. Near the end of the debug info in the console, there should be a line Hibernate initialize called. If you don't see this line, one of the points above went wrong.

  9. Try http://...../woody/

This is how it works:

Hugo Burm



Attachment: Hibernate_Woody_Flow.zip

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