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Posted on 2009-05-20
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I am trying to create a sample NHibernate application. And I am getting an exception {"Could not find a getter for property 'Id' in class 'NHibernateTest.Users'"} . The Id is the primary key for the table.

I have tried to set the Id as

 public int ID
        {
            get { return this.Id;}
        }
based on some help from the internet.
But still this doesnt help. I have attached all the files.

Hope someone can help me out.

Please rename all the files without the .txt extension.





AssemblyInfo.cs.txt
Program.cs.txt
Users.cs.txt
Users.hbm.xml.txt
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Could not find a getter for property 'Id' in class 'NHibernateTest.Users

This means it is trying to find 'Id', when it should be looking for 'ID'. I'm not experienced with hibernate but I can see in your xml you have written 'Id' and not 'ID'.

You can either change the property to match the call, or change the call.

Example:
private int id;
 

public int Id

{

    get { return this.id;}

}

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