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Persisting second identical object causes ConstraintViolationException?

 
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Hi Forum,

first - I'm new to javaee and ejb3 ;)

I've created a new entity bean which has successfully be deployed on my jboss 5.0.0GA. Persisting new objects does work. (via em.persist(object)) So I wrote a little test to find out, if my unique constraint also work - well, it doesn't seem to/it works too good ...

When adding a second, identical object to my database, I get an ConstraintViolationException. Can someone tell me, where my mistake is?

I thought, that, when catching EntityExistsException that should not happen...

best regard,
Dellerium



entity bean:


Dao bean:




 
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Looks like program is trying to insert rows with same id. You can see "Unique Key Voilation" error in thread. Query the database table and you can find out row exist or not.
 
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