Hey ranchers. I have some questions about CMP & CMR. assume we have the following 2 CMP beans. TeamBean contains the following fields : name and city and its database schema is : NAME , CITY PlayerBean contains id, mail and its database schema is : ID, EMAIL, FK_NAME as you note FK_NAME is a FK to Team schema. now, if I called : player.setTeam(team); the container will manage the relationship and INSERT a value at FK_NAME column, right ? I just want to know this please.
May be it's just quite hard to understand what exactly are you asking. :-)
Can you clarify a bit? Let's talk virtually not about "beans", but about "tables". What will be one table, what will be another? What is the relationship between? On which field?
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you will have to create the FK entry before. But then you can set the relation with your setTeam method.
If you want a team be created when inserting a player, you may check if the team exist in the ejbcreate method of the player bean. If not create it and then you can set it.
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Originally posted by John Todd: player.setTeam(team); the container will manage the relationship and INSERT a value at FK_NAME column, right ?
If you are asking if the container will set the FK_NAME column on the new PLAYER row, the answer is yes. This is precisely what CMR is designed to do: manage your relationships' foreign keys. It also provides navigatability in your finders and beans themselves.
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