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EJB relation one:many ??

 
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Hi

I have a prblem to understand the EJB relations.
Example: the first table (invoice) has a key "Number" and the second table
(invoicepositions) has the key "Number, Posnumber".

The reltaion is 1:many unidirectional.

How have I to solve this situation ? Has Bean invoice a CMR field "Number" ? This field this a CMP field (!?). Have I tho declare a CMR field "positions"?
What's the right way to do this ?

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Georg
 
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Actually, in the Invoice bean class, you should declare the following method that represents the invoicePositions CMR field:
public abstract Collection getInvoicePositions();
The returned Collection will contain InvoicePositionLocal references.

And now, your deployment descriptor should look like:

Note that you can freely change the content of ejb-relation-name, ejb-relationship-role-name.

I hope this helps
 
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Yes, this was the answer I need.

Thanks

Georg
 
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And depending on your application server you still have to write the vendor-specific deployment descriptor for mapping the CMR fields to the proper columns in your database.

Or you use XDoclet and you write everything in the source file
[ July 28, 2004: Message edited by: Valentin Crettaz ]
 
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Hi

Can I map the CMR Field getInvoicePositions() to a PrimaryKey field ?
I get always an error.
Is it possible to use Number of the PK for the CMR field ??? (If it is possible, then I have to read the jonas documentation twice).

Or have I to insert an own column for the CMR filed, that holds the same value as the Number of the PK (I thik not)???

Thanks

Georg
 
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