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Hibernate - Force foreign key lookup on insert

 
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Hello

These are the mappings of my SQL DB:

USERACCOUNT
-------------
Userid (PK) --autoincrement



USERACCOUNTInvoice
-------------
Userid (PK) –-Foreign Key to the above
Invoics(PK) --autoincrement


In my app I create a new UserAccountInvocie object which I persist by doing a session,save(useraccount) I get an error saying

Cannot intert null into UserAccountInvoiceTable for field UserID

NOTE: there are a number of USERACCOUNTInvoice objects in a SET in the USERACCOUNT object. So ideally saving parent will cascade down to child changes

Is there a way of mapping the relationship in the XML so Hibernate knows to use the userID of the parent UserAccount object. I don’t think I should set the userID in USERACCOUNTInvoice manually as I think Hibernate will get very confused if I partially set the composite key. And I don’t want to loop through a the child set and save new USERACCOUNTInvoice either. Unless I have too?





 
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