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[Hibernate] mapping collections of collections

 
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hello

there was nobody on the official Hibernate forum that could help me, so hopefully someone here is...

can anyone help me how I can map this in hibernate?



thanks alot for the help
 
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Hi Jan,

A mapping really repends on your DB. What are you mapping it to?

-Shannon
 
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Shannon McGee wrote:Hi Jan,

A mapping really repends on your DB. What are you mapping it to?

-Shannon



I use a postgresql DB. the DB hasn't been designed yet. I was just wondering what the easiest/best way is to map this sorts of objects...

thanks for the help
 
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