Why do you think you aren't getting an instance of the child class? Is it throwing a ClassCastException, or is something else going on?
posted 3 years ago
Thanks! Matthew. You're right it is throwing a ClassCastException.
Also, the check below produces the child class:
The child class is an association table with two fields: childID and parentID. The parent class has the parentID as the primary key and about 40 other fields. Modifications to these two entity classes are not allowed.
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