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Mapping join table from Database to hibernate xml file  RSS feed

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I have designed database in mysql. I know how to create .hbm.xml file in hibernate but don't know whether I will have to map the foreign key relation in the hibernate xml file also. If yes,
1. how do I do that?
2. how do I map a join table to hibernate mapping file
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If I understand your question correctly, you want to map your tables using hibernate JPA.
I wish, if so then I will use an IDE (I will use Netbeans) to demonstrate it quickly:
1. From >File select >New file…
2. Select “Hibernate” Category from left side
3. Choose First item “Hibernate Configuration Wizard ” and Click “Next”
4. Netbeans will suggest “hibernate.cfg” click next
5. Select your Datasource.
6. Change first item to “New Database Connection”
7. New dialogue will appear, select MySQL and highlight the driver library
8. Click next, Customize your connection
9. Do not forget to check “Remember password”
10. Finish the wizard
11. From >File select >New file…
12. Select “Hibernate” Category from left side
13. Choose First item “Hibernate Reverse Engineering” and Click “Next” and finish the wizard
14. From >File select >New file…
15. Select “Hibernate” Category from left side
16. Choose First item “Hibernate Mapping Files and POJO from database” and Click “Next” and finish the wizard.
Joined tables will shown as this example: HC_CITY
Joined table is in bold.
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<!DOCTYPE hibernate-mapping PUBLIC "-//Hibernate/Hibernate Mapping DTD 3.0//EN"
<!-- Generated Aug 1, 2015 9:46:07 AM by Hibernate Tools 3.2.1.GA -->
<class name="mapping.Hccity" table="HCCITY" schema="HCDB">
<id name="cityid" type="long">
<column name="CITYID" precision="22" scale="0" />
<generator class="sequence"><param name="sequence">HCCITY_SQ</param></generator>
<property name="cityname" type="string">
<column name="CITYNAME" length="200" />
<property name="deleted" type="boolean">
<column name="DELETED" precision="1" scale="0" />
<set name="hcpersonaddresses" inverse="true">
<column name="CITYID" precision="22" scale="0" />
<one-to-many class="mapping.Hcpersonaddress" />

I wish this can help, Good Luck.

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