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From José María Ruiz <josema...@simpleoption.com>
Subject Re: A problem with iBatis3
Date Tue, 11 May 2010 15:12:24 GMT


I've my own constructor (it doesn't appear in the code I pasted sorry):


public Marca() {
    	InjectorHolder.getInjector().inject(this);
}


InjectorHolder is part of Wicket, it worked well with iBatis2 :-m

Cheers.



Clinton Begin wrote:
> 
> What kind of constructor does lombok result in?  It looks to me like
> the constructor is either generated as private or with parameters.
> 
> Clinton
> 
> 2010/5/11 José María Ruiz <josemaria@simpleoption.com>:
>>
>> Hi.
>>
>> First, thanks for you effort with iBatis. I think it's a wonderful "orm"
>> for
>> all of us who don't hate sql ;).
>>
>> Now my problem.
>>
>> I've a web app working with iBatis2. All was fine, but I just wanted to
>> use
>> the new iBatis3.
>>
>> After some knowledge and word mapping between the two versions I get it
>> working more or less until I tried my first <select>, and I got:
>>
>> 11:16:27.893 [main] DEBUG o.a.i.d.pooled.PooledDataSource -
>> PooledDataSource
>> forcefully closed/removed all connections.
>> 11:16:27.899 [main] DEBUG o.a.i.d.pooled.PooledDataSource -
>> PooledDataSource
>> forcefully closed/removed all connections.
>> 11:16:27.899 [main] DEBUG o.a.i.d.pooled.PooledDataSource -
>> PooledDataSource
>> forcefully closed/removed all connections.
>> 11:16:27.899 [main] DEBUG o.a.i.d.pooled.PooledDataSource -
>> PooledDataSource
>> forcefully closed/removed all connections.
>> 11:16:28.186 [main] DEBUG o.a.i.d.pooled.PooledDataSource - Created
>> connection 14871751.
>> 11:16:28.189 [main] DEBUG java.sql.Connection - ooo Connection Opened
>> ID de la marca: 162
>> 11:16:28.295 [main] DEBUG java.sql.PreparedStatement - ==>  Executing:
>> SELECT id, nombre FROM marcas WHERE id = ?
>> 11:16:28.296 [main] DEBUG java.sql.PreparedStatement - ==> Parameters:
>> 162(Integer)
>> 11:16:28.339 [main] DEBUG java.sql.ResultSet - <==    Columns: id, nombre
>> 11:16:28.339 [main] DEBUG java.sql.ResultSet - <==        Row: 162,
>> GIANTmicrobes
>> 11-may-2010 11:16:28 com.simpleoption.eureka.ibatis.marca.MarcaRepository
>> getById
>> GRAVE: Que leches pasa:org.apache.ibatis.exceptions.IbatisException:
>> ### Error querying database.  Cause:
>> org.apache.ibatis.reflection.ReflectionException: Error instantiating
>> class
>> com.simpleoption.eureka.repositorios.marca.Marca with invalid types () or
>> values (). Cause: java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException
>> ### The error may involve marca.getById-Inline
>> ### The error occurred while setting parameters
>> ### Cause: org.apache.ibatis.reflection.ReflectionException: Error
>> instantiating class com.simpleoption.eureka.repositorios.marca.Marca with
>> invalid types () or values (). Cause:
>> java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException
>> 11:16:28.363 [main] DEBUG java.sql.Connection - xxx Connection Closed
>> 11:16:28.363 [main] DEBUG o.a.i.d.pooled.PooledDataSource - Returned
>> connection 14871751 to pool.
>>
>> I don't understand the error, what is this "Error instantiating class
>> com.simpleoption.eureka.repositorios.marca.Marca with invalid types () or
>> values ()"? where should I look?
>>
>> I thougth it was a problem with mapping in the file "Marca.xml" but it
>> looks
>> fine:
>>
>>
>> <resultMap id="marcaResult" type="Marca">
>> <result property="id" column="id" javaType="Integer"/>
>> <result property="nombre" column="nombre" javaType="String"/>
>> </resultMap>
>> <select id="getById" resultMap="marcaResult" parameterType="Integer">
>>        SELECT id, nombre
>>        FROM marcas
>>        WHERE id = #{id}
>> </select>
>>
>>
>> The file Marca.java is (yes, I'm using lombok, but it works):
>>
>> @EqualsAndHashCode(of="id", callSuper=false)
>> public class Marca extends Entidad<Integer>  implements Serializable {
>>
>>    private static final long serialVersionUID = -7672146657644908136L;
>>
>>    @Getter @Setter private Integer id;
>>    @Getter @Setter private String nombre;
>> }
>>
>> Simple, isn't it? I can select the table without problems through the
>> psql
>> command of postgresql.
>>
>>
>> Cheers.
>>
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