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I have two entities User and Role and they have Many to many relationship.
Both are pre - populated with values in database. There is a GUI where we can assign / remove roles to a user.
When i remove roles from an User it works fine and removes the link from join table 'user_role'. But when i add a role to collection in User it also tries to insert it in 'Role' table and throws "org.hibernate.exception.ConstraintViolationException"
Looks like I haven't defined the mapping correctly. ANy pointers will be helpful
User entity mapping to Role
Role entity doesn't have any mapping defined to User entity in it.
We have 3 tables User, Role and Use_Role.
To remove add role following is code in DAO.
So remove works fine and clearly deletes entry only from User_Role table.
"Hibernate: delete from user_role where t_user_name=? and roles_name=?"
But adding a role to user throws above mentioned exception and show SQL clearly shows and attempt to add Role entity in Role table.
"Hibernate: insert into role (description, propString, name) values (?, ?, ?)"
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Please correct my English.
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Wouter Oet wrote:How do you get the Role in your example?
Role is get as a (collection) of entities and populated in GUI. There it is just a POJO as it is out of PersistenceContext.
After user selects a particular role from select list it is passed as it is a Pojo in DAO. Primary key of Role is 'Name'.
My understanding is that as soon as i add this role in the the role should also get merged. But that is not happening.
I tried merging the Role explicitely. But then I get NonUniqueObject exception at time of commit.