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Cascade Type problem

 
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Hi All,
Is there any clue how using CascadeType in bidirectional relationship?
for example :
I have two tables 1 is Customers and second is FormOrder ( owner of relationship)


The problem is when I insert new record in FormOrder which also specify new Customer, this code should be working. ( since this is not default JPA to persist related entity , so that we are using CascadeType.persist)


The fact is annoying me since there are a message "javax.persistence.EntityExistsException:
Exception Description: Cannot persist detached object"

Any clue would be greatly accepted.

Thanks in advance.
 
masse Satriana
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Hi All,
Case is closed.
This all is my failure not seeing duplicated data on table FormOrder.
All code in my previous post is working fine.

Regards,
Masse Satriana
 
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