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Hibernate tool code generation org.hibernate.MappingException: Foreign key

 
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Hi,

I am working on some school project and have been trying to get my pojos, daos and mapping.xml documents generated.
I get some of my classes generated but others not.
When I select the option "Reverse Engineer from JDBC Connection" I get an Error Message:



I have been working with the Hibernate tools before and had no problems. Does anyone have an idea?

Thanks in advance.

I am using MySQL 5.1 with InnoDB. Here is my SQL:
 
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from what I gather is that tResearch has a composite primary key and your only referencing a part of it in the foreign key in tStudent.
Try referencing the entire composite key of tResearch in your foreign key in tStudent
 
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Hey,

but there are no composite keys in tReseach, just simple foreign key constraints.
 
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are you sure? check your sql code, youre using composite PK's in almost all of youre tables:

(line 155)

some of the primary keys in your tables ARE foreign keys
 
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