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Composite foreign key JPA TypeMismatchException
Composite foreign key JPA TypeMismatchException
hop of those help? You should use a derived identity. Which means you should indicate that the child's reference to its parent maps the child's ID (with a @MapsId annotation):
TAG : jpa
Date : November 22 2020, 11:00 PM , By : jorgerepaso
Named query with input parameter
Named query with input parameter
This might help you In JPA 2.0 and below, parameters are not allowed in the set clause of a named query; only literals. This limitation is lifted if you are using JPA 2.1. From what I can gather, you are not using JPA 2.1. Hence, I'll give you a coup
TAG : jpa
Date : October 29 2020, 12:01 AM , By : Extreme Offers
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