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@OneToMany primary key part of foreign key

 
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I'm a newbe and have a simple @OneToMany relationship to build without using a Join-Table and where the PK of table 1 is part of the PK in table 2

table 1: Exchange , PK: id
table 2: ExchangeRetrievalDate, PK: exchangeId (Pk of Exchange) + date



Hibernate throws the following exception:

Caused by: org.postgresql.util.PSQLException: ERROR: relation "public.exchange_exchangeretrievaldate" does not exist
 
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The reason was that the DB column names had mixed uppercase lowercase characters, and hibernate can't cope with that. I changed all column names to lowercase, and all works fine.
 
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