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# symbol appended to table name in case JOINED strategy

 
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I am having two tables like SalaryAccount extend Account. For this i am using joined strategy. Account has one to one circular dependency with Other table. So when i am trying to delete, Account entry, i am trying to update a foreign key column related to "Other" table. That time hibernate is adding # symbol in front of Account. So database is complining invalid table. This is happening only for joined strategy. Please let me know if there is any problem with Joined strategy.
 
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