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Hey,

I have a composite key to user table.

so i have class for the composite-id - UserID (first,second)

I have class XXX like this:
1- the same pk like user
2- many to one to user.

in the many-to-one to the user i use in joincolumns like this:
@JoinColumns( { @JoinColumn(name = "first",referencedColumnName="first", @JoinColumn(name = "second",referencedColumnName="second") })

i get an exception:
repeated column for column- first
The same clumns are PK and FK.

Can you please advice.
 
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The classes:

 
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The solution will be to use in "insertable=false"
like this:
@JoinColumns( { @JoinColumn(name = "first",referencedColumnName="first",insertable=false,updatable=false)
, @JoinColumn(name = "second",referencedColumnName="second",insertable=false,updatable=false) })
 
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