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Persistence Units definitions are conflicting? [message #1849402] Mon, 17 January 2022 23:56 Go to next message
Hans Pikkemaat is currently offline Hans PikkemaatFriend
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Registered: January 2021
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Hi,

I want to use one class and two JPA persistence units and as such to be able to store data in different tables (or even databases) and different definitions.

According to the JPA2.2 specification this should be possible but I experience weird behaviour. I'm using payara which uses eclipselink.

For a complete description and a reproducer see this github project:

https://github.com/thehpi/jpa-issue

I hope someone can help me.


Re: Persistence Units definitions are conflicting? [message #1849667 is a reply to message #1849402] Fri, 28 January 2022 16:27 Go to previous message
Hans Pikkemaat is currently offline Hans PikkemaatFriend
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The issue here is weaving. Weaving is done on the one model class but the resulting class depends on persistence.xml/orm.xml.

So having one model class and two persistence.xml/orm.xml definitions will not work.

For more info see here https://stackoverflow.com/questions/70748822/jpa-persistence-unit-definitions-are-conflicting/70896886#70896886
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