When working with NetBeans and Hibernate 4, you might encounter
a situation where NetBeans ‘strikes out’ code which had read buildSessionFactory() meaning it is deprecated in Hibernate 4.
So how to follow Hibernate 4 conventions and rewrite your buildSessionFactory() code to be compliant with Hibernate 4?
First, make sure you have these import lines:
import org.hibernate.service.ServiceRegistry; import org.hibernate.service.ServiceRegistryBuilder;
Then, go to the location of the code where SessionFactory instance is created.
It will probably look like this:
SessionFactory sessionFactory = new org.hibernate.cfg.Configuration(). configure().buildSessionFactory();
To get the same sessionFactory, you need to use code similar to the following in Hibernate 4 and above:
Configuration configuration = new Configuration(); configuration.configure(); ServiceRegistry serviceRegistry = new ServiceRegistryBuilder(). applySettings(configuration.getProperties()).buildServiceRegistry(); SessionFactory sessionFactory = configuration. buildSessionFactory(serviceRegistry);
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