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Well hello JavaRanch forum!
There are two entities with relation @ManyToOne and @OneToMany (Categories and Products). When I enabeling (cascade=CascadeType.ALL) one record in Products pulls for deleting one Category, and that is BAD. What must be do for this entities that result is only deleting occurs in one place(Table) without cascade(related) delete for another reference??? I am using Spring 5.1.5 (not Spring Boot)
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