Description of problem:
Per my original posting here:
The version of Hibernate that is packaged with JBoss AS7 contains a defect which breaks my java application. I am currently using Hibernate version 4.1.8 where this issue has been corrected. I would like to upgrade the Hibernate jars packaged with JBoss per the following guide:
Unfortunately the directory references in step #2 above is sym-linked to a root owned directory and I am unable to upload new jars.
Due to the inability to upload new Hibernate jars I am forced to go with a DIY glassfish installation which is less than ideal.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Deploy an application which depends on any bug fixes post JBoss Hibernate packaged version
2. Observe Hibernate error and stacktrace when loading the website
The Jboss modules and directory are owned by root and not my openshift user id.
The Jboss modules and directory are owned by my openshift user id and I can modify them at will.
I fixed this problem by utilizing the modules directory within the .openshift directory and things are now working as expected. Please withdraw this defect.