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Hibernate mapping issue

 
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I have very limited hands on Hibernate experience, so please be kind.

I have a table
CURRRPT
--------
I_Report integer
I_Remark_ID integer
C_Remark_Type char(2)
T_Remark varchar(80)

The CURRRPT table connects to a Report table via the I_Report field and
the I_Remark_ID is a generated number as there will be many rows.

I have an object for the Report Table and setup 2 objects for the CUrrrpt.
1st object extends the Report object and contains a List of the 2nd object -- Remarks object which contains i_remark_id, c_remark_type, t_remark.

The issue I am having is that my Hibernate mappings for these objects.
I can add data okay and read it. The issue comes upon deletion as I have 2 pointers looking at the same data and get an already updated error. Not sure how to handle this situation and any input would be appreciated.



[ Edited to use code tags - Paul Sturrock ]
[ October 31, 2006: Message edited by: Paul Sturrock ]
 
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