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JPA One to Many Uni - Many side without PK

 
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Hi Guys,

I have 2 tables as follows.

Employee
-----
id (pk)
name

Address
-----
emp_id (fk to employee)
street

Note that
Employee can have multiple addresses.
address does not have id (pk) field so as per my understanding address can not be marked as entity.

Questions
What is the right annotation for Address,
What is the right annotation for Set<Address> addresses field in Employee classes.

Thanks in advanced.
Chaminda
 
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Resolved using this

https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Java_Persistence/ElementCollection
 
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