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Issue in deleting orphan in OneToOne relationship  RSS feed

 
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I am facing an issue with orphan removal in hibernate.

Problem: I have an entity A, which has a one to one relation with entity B. I've used one to one annotation with orphan removal attribute ( @OneToOne(cascade = CascadeType.ALL, orphanRemoval = true) ). The associated entity B is referenced by other entities too. So while deleting entity A, I am getting constraint violation exception saying 'child record found'. I want to delete the associated entity to be deleted, if it is not referenced by other entities. If it has an existing association, I don't want to delete B, just A to be deleted.

Is there any way to do this, I am using hibernate 3.6.10. I read orphanRemoval will do the trick, But it didn't in my case.

Any help really appreciated..

Thanks !
 
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