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  1. I encountered the same problem. After spending many hours looking at the problem, I decide to "fix" my class problem i.e. by removing the "missing" classes from my application. Painful but it works, I didnt want to put my entire project into iReport/lib directory. I believe the problem lies with the implementation of the iReport's classpath's classloader. The "missing" classes are found in a separate classloader rather then the Class that complaints the missing class.
  2. Hi all, I have now managed to make the settings for hibernate.cfg.xml persistent. Please find the attached source code [file name=iReport_change-6645af61f5ad9e806b08f90ec03f9ca1.gz size=24753]http://www.jasperforge.org/components/com_joomlaboard/uploaded/files/iReport_change-6645af61f5ad9e806b08f90ec03f9ca1.gz[/file]
  3. Hi, I have just started to use iReport with Hibernate and I think it is a great tool. I felt the constraint to use "hibernate.cfg.xml" to connect Hibernate is too restrictive hence I added a new TextField to the Hibernate Connection Dialog. In this way, i can choose to use any name other than the default "hibernate.cfg.xml". There is only one weakness, the new hibernate config name is not made persistent and one must re-establish the connection each time iReport launches. Below, I have attached the files i have modifed. [file name=iReport_change.gz size=24551]http://www.jasperforge.org/components/com_joomlaboard/uploaded/files/iReport_change.gz[/file]
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