|Re: Hibernate EList [message #925004 is a reply to message #924976]
||Thu, 27 September 2012 05:52
| Martin Taal
Registered: July 2009
Hibernate can handle nm associations. The wiki page you refer to discusses this, it needs join tables that's all. But
this is done automatically by Teneo.
I think you create an EAttribute but you should create an EReference with upperbound -1 on both sides of the association
and as an etype use your own eclass (User) and not EEList. So it is not necessary to use EEList in your ecore file directly.
Teneo will automatically take care of creating join tables etc.
See also this page for related options:
On 09/27/2012 11:25 AM, zainab alhaidary wrote:
> hello everybody,
> I'm using Teneo/Hibernate to map my data model to a Oracle database,
> within the model I have a many-to-many relation, according to this http://wiki.eclipse.org/Teneo/Hibernate/ModelRelational/Association_Mapping
> hibernate cannot handle nm relations therefor I have to separate them into two tables and use Elist (org.eclipse.emf.common.util.EList). Now my problem is in persisting the entities in the Elist. It seems that the mapping didn't really map the Elist. Thats why when I try to insert a value then to to get it later on it gives me null as a result.
> here is a photo to explain what I mean:
> Can anyone please let me know where can I refer to regarding the Elists and how to use then properly?
> Thank You
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|Re: Hibernate EList [message #925022 is a reply to message #925004]
||Thu, 27 September 2012 06:14
| zainab alhaidary
Registered: April 2012
Thank You martin for your reply but I need the entity to be a list of users, not only one. So that I can associate multiple users for every container. that's why I created two join tables 1 container : n users and the other table 1 user : n containers |
and users in the first table and containers in the second table are stored in Elist.
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