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  • From: Chris Hyzer <>
  • To: Thomas M Goerger <>, "" <>
  • Subject: RE: [grouper-users] Hibernate problems
  • Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2008 15:15:29 -0400
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The is what hibernate uses.
The other DB connection might be in sources.xml if you have a JDBC source
(which it sounds like you don't).
Is there nothing else in the logs? Might want to look up and down for
anything with a related timestamp, and forward it along.
Also, might want to just try restarting the app server to rule out a caching

Let me know if you make any progress, and we can try more ideas.

Kind regards,

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thomas M Goerger
> [mailto:]
> Sent: Thursday, September 18, 2008 3:11 PM
> To:
> Subject: [grouper-users] Hibernate problems
> Hi,
> 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
> properly.
> 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
> appreciated.
> Thanks!
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