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getting Invalid column type: getInt not implemented for class oracle.jdbc.driver.T4CRowidAccessor

 
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Below is my entity class. I tried to remove id from entity for which i got differenct error. I read in some forums that oracle wot support getid so what change do i need to change in my entity class



Below is the stacktrace

 
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replace

with

 
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even after replacing Integer with int issue remained same
 
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change your getter to return "int" instead of "Integer"
 
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also replace it in your setter
 
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Thanks Tim, Your suggestions worked.

Even my issue got resolved after changing generated annotation as below

@Id
@Column(name="ID", unique = true, nullable = false)
@GeneratedValue(strategy=GenerationType.SEQUENCE)
 
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Have a cow for your helpful post Tim!
 
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Here is an example of what my oracle application needed for a sequence.  Thought it might be useful.

 
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Hi Somashaker,

Do your code is autogenerated?

If yes, thus it is happen.

 
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