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Hibernate: Found Shared References to a Collection

David Zazeky

Joined: Nov 05, 2008
Posts: 7
I started with the following three tables:




In the Customer.hbm.xml, I have the following:

In the Role.hbm.xml, I have the following:

The above configuration is working in my application, but I want to add a new many-to-many table called Admin_Has_Roles between the Admin and the Roles table. In the admin.hbm.xml file, I added the following:

I did not add a new set to the Role.hbm.xml file since I don't want the Customer table to inherit the Admin_Has_Roles relationship. When I try to save an Admin object in my application, I now get the following Hibernate exception:

What am I doing wrong with my hibernate config? Why can't I create a many-to-many relationship between Admins and Roles?
sailu ms

Joined: Aug 08, 2012
Posts: 1

i am facing the same problem did you find any solution for this?? please do let me know if you know the solution.

Bill Gorder

Joined: Mar 07, 2010
Posts: 1682

sailu ms,

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