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Java Hibernate Basics Persisting Data with Hibernate Saving an Entity with Hibernate

Jose Mejia
Jose Mejia
16,750 Points

For each TODO comment in the save method, add the one line of code that accomplishes the task.

It keeps giving a Bummer "You havent properly called commit transaction! " can someone help me on that. I have used session.getTransaction();

import org.hibernate.Session;
import org.hibernate.SessionFactory;

public class HibernateMachine {
  // Assume sessionFactory has been initialized properly by its default constructor
  private static final SessionFactory sessionFactory = new SessionFactory();

  public void save(Language language) {
    // TODO: Open a session
    Session session = sessionFactory.openSession();
    // TODO: Begin a transaction
    // TODO: Use the session to save the language
    // TODO: Commit the transaction
    // TODO: Close the session

I think you might need to use session.Commit() rather than session.getTransaction().

2 Answers

Jose Mejia
Jose Mejia
16,750 Points

Finally ,I got the right answer to this exercise it was session.getTransaction().commit();

Jose Mejia
Jose Mejia
16,750 Points

Thanks John Dawson, but still does not do it.