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  • From: Thomas M Goerger <>
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  • Subject: Hibernate problems
  • Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2008 14:10:51 -0500 (CDT)


We're seeing some problems creating groups on our production instances.
The error seen is:

Error: Could not create folder. Error is 'cannot create child stem:
Problem in HibernateSession: HibernateSession: isNew: false, isReadonly:
false, grouperTransactionType: READ_WRITE_NEW'.

Seems like there must be a permission problem somewhere, but I'm not
certain as to where.

A little background. We've got three servers that the webapp is running
on. So we don't have to install ant on each of these servers and do a
fresh webapp build on each, I've built the webapp on a test server in my
home directory, and then passed this webapp to each of our web servers.
One of our sys admins then exploded the war file in order to tweak each
server with its corresponding ldap connection. Now, I've still got an
instance of the 1.1 webapp running on our test server pointed at the same
database, and it can still create folders and groups just fine. Must be
somewhere in the transition that some connection was not brought over

Is there any file integral to the Hibernate connection that might not have
kept its connection when it was brought over to the production instance?
I've checked out the Hibernate properties files, and didn't see anything
amiss there. What other files might Hibernate depend on to make its
connection to the database? Is there any local file that it might point
to that might have its permissions set improperly, something like that?
There must be something small that is being missed. The whole interface
is working except for the group/stem creation. Adding members, ldap
search and everything else is functioning normall. Any help is greatly


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