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Problems in JPA with a Collection of Dates

 
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Hi!
I'm using JPA to do my O/R mapping, and I'm facing this problem: one User have a Set of quitting dates. So my mapping look like this:



But I keep getting this message when I try to run a test:


Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong?

Thanks

[ July 04, 2007: Message edited by: Stevie Braga ]
[ July 04, 2007: Message edited by: Stevie Braga ]
 
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Note sure but it seems to be a bug in hibernate release. A possible workaround could be: private Date[] quittingDates;

Let us know if you find some other solution.
 
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This would also work:



See this bug report and the workaround
 
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I found out what I was doing wrong!

The @OneToMany annotation is use for relationships between entities, and I was trying to map a simple collection, not a collection of entities.
So I used the @CollectionOfElements annotation from hibernate, and it's working allright now! So now the code look like this:



Thanks for the attention Ali!
 
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Are you sure you want to use a hibernate annotation @CollectionOfElements in your code (I assume you want your code to be JPA compatible so you can change to any other implementation without changing the code)?
 
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JPA does not support collections of dates. it only support collection of entities...

You need to wrap your date within an Entity (argh)...

FYI, JDO supports collections of any type.
 
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