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Order and Item model in Hibernate  RSS feed

 
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I am designing an application where order has many items and order and items have statuses. When status of any item changes to available, order is retrieved and status of the all items of order are evaluated before changing the status of order from in-progress to complete. It seems pretty time consuming. Is there better efficient way to model this problem in hibernate. If there are examples I appreciate if you can post it. Status of items can change in random order and there are multiple status to the items. I just simplified it for understanding in this post.

I am trying to see if any hibernate solutions are available especially about automatically changing the status of the order when item status changes.In object model you can create a status listener for order and listen to status of items and accordingly change the status. Creating a bidirectional relationship in relationship mode from order to items and items to order seems doable but not efficient.

Any thoughts?
Akhtar
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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