Hibernate 3: unable to query PostgreSQL database


I am setting up a project using Hibernate 3.3.1 GA and PostgreSQL 8.3. I've just created a database, the first table, added one row there and now configuring Hibernate.

However, even the simplest query:

Criteria criteria = session.createCriteria(Place.class);
List result = criteria.list();

could not be executed (empty list is returned though there is one record in the database). I looked to the PostgreSQL logs and could see:

2008-09-17 22:52:59 CEST LOG:  connection received: host= port=2670  
2008-09-17 22:52:59 CEST LOG:  connection authorized: user=... database=...  
2008-09-17 22:53:00 CEST LOG:  execute <unnamed>: SHOW TRANSACTION ISOLATION LEVEL  
2008-09-17 22:53:02 CEST LOG:  could not receive data from client: Connection reset by peer  
2008-09-17 22:53:02 CEST LOG:  unexpected EOF on client connection  
2008-09-17 22:53:02 CEST LOG:  disconnection: session time: 0:00:03.011 user=... database=... host= port=2670

I wrote a simple program using plain JDBC to fetch the same data and it worked. PostgreSQL logs in this case look like this (for comparison):

2008-09-17 22:52:24 CEST LOG:  connection received: host= port=2668  
2008-09-17 22:52:24 CEST LOG:  connection authorized: user=... database=...  
2008-09-17 22:52:25 CEST LOG:  execute <unnamed>: SELECT * from PLACE  
2008-09-17 22:52:25 CEST LOG:  disconnection: session time: 0:00:00.456 user=... database=... host= port=2668  

Hibernate debug log does not indicate any errors. If I take the query listed in the logs:

15:17:01,859 DEBUG org.hibernate.loader.entity.EntityLoader: Static select for entity com.example.data.Place: select place0_.ID as ID0_0_, place0_.NAME as NAME0_0_, place0_.LATITUDE as LATITUDE0_0_, place0_.LONGITUDE as LONGITUDE0_0_ from PLACE place0_ where place0_.ID=?

and execute it agains the database in the psql, it works (this means that Hibernate has generated a proper SQL).

Below is the Hibernate configuration:

        <property name="hibernate.connection.url">jdbc:postgresql://</property>
        <property name="hibernate.connection.driver_class">org.postgresql.Driver</property>
        <property name="hibernate.connection.username">...</property>
        <property name="hibernate.connection.password">...</property>
        <property name="dialect">org.hibernate.dialect.PostgreSQLDialect</property>
        <property name="hibernate.show_sql">true</property>
        <property name="hibernate.use_outer_join">true</property>

        <mapping resource="com/example/data/Place.hbm.xml"/>

...and the mapping file:

<hibernate-mapping package="com.example.data">
    <class name="com.example.data.Place" table="PLACE">
        <id column="ID" name="id" type="java.lang.Integer">
            <generator class="native"/>
        <property column="NAME" name="name" not-null="true" type="java.lang.String">
            <meta attribute="use-in-tostring">true</meta>
        <property column="LATITUDE" name="latitude" not-null="true" type="java.lang.Float">
            <meta attribute="use-in-tostring">true</meta>
        <property column="LONGITUDE" name="longitude" not-null="true" type="java.lang.Float">
            <meta attribute="use-in-tostring">true</meta>

Googling for unexpected EOF log entry was not friutful. Any ideas, community?


After applying debugger to the Hibernate code, it is fixed!

It is not visible in the question's text, but the problem is that Place passed to the createCriteria() method is from another package, not com/example/data, specified in the configuration XML files. Hibernate invokes Class.isAssignableFrom(), and if false is returned, it exits silently, breaking the connection. I'll open a ticket for Hibernate developers on this matter.

You can try this function:

subseq sequence start &optional end

The start parameter is your offset. The end parameter can be easily turned into the number of elements to grab by simply adding start + number-of-elements.

A small bonus is that subseq works on all sequences, this includes not only lists but also string and vectors.

Edit: It seems that not all lisp implementations have subseq, though it will do the job just fine if you have it.

Strangely, slice is not provided with SRFI-1 but you can make it shorter by using SRFI-1's take and drop:

(define (slice l offset n)
  (take (drop l offset) n))

I thought that one of the extensions I've used with Scheme, like the PLT Scheme library or Swindle, would have this built-in, but it doesn't seem to be the case. It's not even defined in the new R6RS libraries.

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