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I am having Person table that is having one to one relationship with PersonDetail table.
Person.java


Perondetails


personDetailId is primary key in the Persondetail class and it is mapped to the personDetailId in Peron class which is foregin key.



I am getting the exception as below


Q1) Please kindly let me know what has gone wrong in using @JoinColumn?
 
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Hi,

Q1) Please kindly let me know what has gone wrong in using @JoinColumn?


The problem is not with the @JoinColumn, but with the @OneToOne annotation. Just place the @OneToOne above the getter:

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