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Foreign key to primary key one-to-one join

 
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Hey folks I've been searching everywhere trying to find an answer to this problem to no avail so i throw myself at your mercy. I am trying to get a pretty simple join to work and am finding it surprisingly difficult. Here is a rough outline of what i'm trying to do:


I'm basically just trying to collect data from these 3 tables like so:



I got the primary key to primary key join to work fine with a simple one-to-one element. I cannot get the foreign key to primary key to work at all though. I've tried one to one elements that look like:



But i think i am using formula wrong. How can i tell hibernate to join the foreign key of the master table to the primary key of the associated table? I can't seem to find an example in the docs that does this. I have also tried many to one unique=true associations with no more luck.

EDIT: I'm using Hibernate3

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Chris
 
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