Testing your Hibernate Annotation Mapping

To test if I my mappings are correct, I use the following Java Application which uses SchemaExport. It gives me the SQL-statements and executes them against a database.
To protect the production database, you can either set the second parameter of create() to false and/or change the connection string to a test database.
configuration.setProperty(Environment.URL, "jdbc:mysql://localhost/test");

package starter;

import java.io.File;
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.List;

import org.hibernate.cfg.AnnotationConfiguration;
import org.hibernate.cfg.Environment;
import org.hibernate.tool.hbm2ddl.SchemaExport;

public class SchemaTester {
    public static void main(String[] args) throws ClassNotFoundException {
        AnnotationConfiguration configuration = new AnnotationConfiguration();
        List<Class> classes = findClasses(new File("src/domain"), "domain");
        for (Class clazz : classes) {
        configuration.setProperty(Environment.URL, "jdbc:mysql://localhost/test");
        SchemaExport schemaExport = new SchemaExport(configuration);
        schemaExport.create(true, true);        
        // schemaExport.execute(true, false, false, true); // to see just create statements
    private static List<Class> findClasses(File directory, String packageName) 
                                                                throws ClassNotFoundException  {
        List<Class> classes = new ArrayList<Class>();
        if (!directory.exists()) {
            return classes;
        File[] files = directory.listFiles();
        for (File file : files) {
            if (file.isDirectory()) {
                if(!file.getName().contains(".")) {
                    classes.addAll(findClasses(file, packageName + "." + file.getName()));                    
            } else if (file.getName().endsWith(".java")) {
                String javaName = file.getName().substring(0, file.getName().length() - ".java".length());
                classes.add(Class.forName(packageName + '.' + javaName));
        return classes;