It looks like InventoryUser is a separate entity and should be mapped as a one-to-one to your InventoryTransaction entity. It has a PK, named queries and everything, so it isn't an embedded entity at all. I guess I'm not clear on why you want to make it one...
An embedded entity is one that by definition does not have its own identity but depends upon that of its owning entity, and must therefore also be stored in the table of its owning entity.
an inventory transaction has many to one user a user has one to many transactions
a user has a one to many inventory item an inventory item has many to 1 user
I just don't know how to incorporate this with my JPA mapping... Have I supplied enough information? Thanks!
posted 13 years ago
Uhmmm... Can I get a help with this?
Caused by: Exception [TOPLINK-7244] (Oracle TopLink Essentials - 2006.8 (Build 060830)): oracle.toplink.essentials.exceptions.ValidationException Exception Description: An incompatible mapping has been encountered between [class com.wp.wpinventory.model.FixedItem] and [class com.wp.wpinventory.model.InventoryTransaction]. This usually occurs when the cardinality of a mapping does not correspond with the cardinality of its backpointer.
Here's what I've been doing...
The mappings were originally generated by netbeans for me. But now that I'm doing everything manually I'm really having problems especially with joins. Thanks! [ July 03, 2007: Message edited by: Timothy Sam ]
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