I'm having a slight problem I thought someone might know how to solve:
I have two classes, Element and Article. Element is the abstract parent class of Article and they're tied
together by an id. It's a OneToOne relationship, a given parent can only have one child.
I have JPA autogenerate my tables and my issue is that the constraint between Element and Article, that is
created in the database, has a jibberish name (like 'FK7B3CBC94A2DA0E17'). What I would like is to give said
constraint a name so I have don't have to manually search my db browser to find out what said name is.
I know the @ForeignKey annotation and have used it in other scenarios but it doesn't seem to fit here.
Do any of you guys have any idea how I go about this?
A light version of my classes below:
This is the parent class, Element
This is the child class, Article, connected to it's parent by the ID
Sincere thanks in advance,
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