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Cascade error

 
alexandre nofre
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Hi all

Im having a strange issue, whatever map I try to use cascade=CascadeType.ALL and use ddl-generation gives me a Restrict type in the table

already happened to someone that?

im using netbeans, glassfish v2, mysql 5 and toplink.ddl-generation to do that map

thanks in advance
 
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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What is the issue that this is causing? Are the cascades not working? Do you get an error when you try to add, update or delete? Is there an exception? Or are you just wondering why this type gets generated?

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alexandre nofre
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Im wondering why I map with cascade.all and when I open the table in mysql administrator it show cascade type as restrict
 
Yiorgos Panayiotakis
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Hi,

I also have the same issue here. Though when I'm creating the object relation mapping I use cascade=CascadeType.ALL,
somehow when auto-generating the new database schema cascade types (e.g. update,delete) are set to restrict, although
no errors are presented during the process of generating the schema and the foreign keys relations are created correctly.
Here is a small snippet of how my code looks like.

Entity A (AnotherEntity)


Entity B(EventType)


I'm wondering if anybody has any idea about the problem I'm facing. Btw I'm using JPA - hibernate ddl-generation on mysql 5 and
deploy on jboss 4.2

Thanks in advance for the help

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y.p.
 
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