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Regarding the Usage of the Cascade attribute

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Hi Ranchers ,

I am having a doubt with the usage of the cascade attribute during one to many and specified ths way:

<set name="appointments" lazy=true cascade="all">
<key column="apid"/>
<one-to-many class="Appontment"/>

what i mean to ask is that if we specify like this and when the parent row is deleted , and simultaneously is the child row is also deleted?? or is it vice versa??
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Well I have no idea about the xml mapping thing but I THINK that deleting the parent row will also delete the child row but not vice versa...
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