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Hi All,

This is Hameem.M. Now I am stuck up with a hibernate issue.

I have a parent and child table, between which I want to map bidirectional <one-to-many> and <many-to-one> mapping.

Parent table:

Name: person_contact

In the parent table Person_Id and Contact_Id are composite primary keys.

Person_Id(FK)int
Contact_Idint

Mapping file:

<hibernate-mapping>
<class name="com.POJOs.PersonContact" table="person_contact" catalog="testing">
<comment></comment>
<composite-id name="id" class="com.POJOs.PersonContactId">
<key-property name="personId" type="int">
<column name="Person_id" />
</key-property>
<key-property name="contactId" type="int">
<column name="Contact_id" />
</key-property>

</composite-id>


<set name="contactRelationships" inverse="true">
<key>
<column name="Person_id">
<comment></comment>
</column>
<column name="Contact_id" not-null="true">
<comment></comment>
</column>
</key>
<one-to-many class="com.POJOs.ContactRelationship" />
</set>
</class>
</hibernate-mapping>


Child Table:

Name: contact_relationship

In the child table Contact_Id and Contact_Method_Id are composite primary keys.

Contact_Id(Fk)Int
Contact_Method_Id(FK)Int
Person_Id(FK)Int


Mapping file is:

<hibernate-mapping>
<class name="com.POJOs.ContactRelationship" table="contact_relationship" catalog="testing">
<comment></comment>
<composite-id name="id" class="com.POJOs.ContactRelationshipId">
<key-property name="contactMethod" type="int">
<column name="Contact_method" />
</key-property>
<key-property name="contactId" type="int">
<column name="Contact_id" />
</key-property>
</composite-id>

<many-to-one name="personContact" class="com.POJOs.PersonContact" update="false" insert="false" fetch="select">
<column name="Person_id">
<comment></comment>
</column>
<column name="Contact_id" not-null="true">
<comment></comment>
</column>
</many-to-one>
</hibernate-mapping>

Issue: I am not able to insert the Person_Id value in the child table(contact_relationship) because of this complex relationship between the tables.



The Query used to create the table is:


contact_relationship Table:



DROP TABLE IF EXISTS `testing`.`contact_relationship`;

CREATE TABLE `testing`.`contact_relationship` (

`Contact_id` int(10) unsigned NOT NULL,

`Contact_method` int(10) unsigned NOT NULL,

`Person_id` int(10) unsigned default NULL,

`Party_id` int(10) unsigned default NULL,

PRIMARY KEY (`Contact_id`,`Contact_method`),

KEY `FK_contact_relationship_1` (`Contact_method`),

KEY `FK_contact_relationship_2` (`Party_id`,`Contact_id`),

KEY `FK_contact_relationship_4` (`Person_id`,`Contact_method`),

KEY `FK_contact_relationship_5` (`Person_id`,`Contact_id`),

CONSTRAINT `FK_contact_relationship_1` FOREIGN KEY (`Contact_method`) REFERENCES `contact_type` (`Contact_Method`),

CONSTRAINT `FK_contact_relationship_2` FOREIGN KEY (`Party_id`, `Contact_id`) REFERENCES `party_contact` (`Party_id`, `Contact_id`),

CONSTRAINT `FK_contact_relationship_5` FOREIGN KEY (`Person_id`, `Contact_id`) REFERENCES `person_contact` (`Person_id`, `Contact_id`)

) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1;



Contact_type Table



DROP TABLE IF EXISTS `testing`.`contact_type`;

CREATE TABLE `testing`.`contact_type` (

`Contact_Method` int(10) unsigned NOT NULL default '0',

`Contact_Type` varchar(45) NOT NULL,

PRIMARY KEY (`Contact_Method`)

) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1;





Party_contact Table:



DROP TABLE IF EXISTS `testing`.`party_contact`;

CREATE TABLE `testing`.`party_contact` (

`Party_id` int(10) unsigned zerofill NOT NULL,

`Contact_id` int(10) unsigned NOT NULL,

PRIMARY KEY (`Party_id`,`Contact_id`),

KEY `FK_party_contact_1` USING BTREE (`Contact_id`)

) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1;



Person_contact:



DROP TABLE IF EXISTS `testing`.`person_contact`;

CREATE TABLE `testing`.`person_contact` (

`Person_id` int(10) unsigned NOT NULL,

`Contact_id` int(10) unsigned NOT NULL,

PRIMARY KEY USING BTREE (`Person_id`,`Contact_id`),

KEY `FK_person_contact_1` USING BTREE (`Contact_id`)

) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1;


I have attached the main class which am using to insert data for your reference.

Please let me know the solution for this problem.

Thanks in Advance.
 
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