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Mapping in Hibernate for nested Bean Structure

 
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Hi All,

I have a bean, which in-turn have one more bean in it. I am showing my mapping for parent bean in Hibernate. But I am not sure how to create a mapping for nested bean element.



And nested class Event is


Now here is my mapping for Person class.
If I had not Event in Person class the below mapping would have been perfect for Person class individually.


Now here is my problem, If I want to map modified Person bean(which have Event variable in it), how do I map this class for hibernate??

Please let me know, if anything is no clearly mentioned.
 
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It is called a "one-to-one association", with an example here.
 
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