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[jira] [Created] (OPENJPA-2138) One-To-Many mapping is not working

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One-To-Many mapping is not working
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                 Key: OPENJPA-2138
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/OPENJPA-2138
             Project: OpenJPA
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: jpa
    Affects Versions: 2.1.1
            Reporter: aabbcc


I have business object model with below structure

Class A {
private B b;

}

Class B {
private String joinKey;
private List<C> c;
}

Class C {
private String joinKey;
private String str1;
private String str2;
}

In the ORM.xml,I have specified mapping like this

<entity class="xxx.xxx.A">
  <table name="table1"/>
  <attributes>
  <one-to-one name="name1" target-entity="xxx.xxx.B">
      <join-column name='"column1"' referenced-column-name='"column1"'/>
  </one-to-one>
  </attributes>
</entity>

<entity class="xxx.xxx.B">
 <table name="table2"/>
 <attributes>
 <basic name="joinKey">
    <column name="column1"/>
 </basic>
 <one-to-many name="name1" target-entity="xxx.xxx.C">
      <join-column name='"column1"' referenced-column-name='"column1"'/>
  </one-to-many>
  </attributes>
</entity>

<entity class="xxx.xxx.C">
  <attributes>
  <basic name="joinKey">
    <column name="column1"/>
 </basic>
      <basic name="str1">
           <column name="str1Column"/>
      </basic>
      <basic name="str2">
           <column name="str2Column"/>
      </basic>
  </attributes>

</entity>


The one-to-many mapping specified in the entity C does not work by both approach 1) JoinColumn 2) JoinTable.  My code skips this mapping while generating SQL query.
But instead of one-to-many mapping If I specify one-to-one mapping and change class B to replace "private List<C> c;" with "private C c;" then the one-to-one mapping works fine.

I am using OPENJpa 2.1.1, as per the documentation one-to-many mapping should work but it seems OPENJpa 2.1.1 API is working as expected. It seems there is bug in API.

Can you please advise to fix this issue?

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Re: [jira] [Created] (OPENJPA-2138) One-To-Many mapping is not working

kwsutter
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Hi,
By default, collection-based relationships (ie. one-to-many) are lazily
fetched.  That means that they will not be included in a query of the
entity containing this relationship.  You either need to touch that
collection filed or change the fetch mode to Eager.

Kevin

On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 3:38 AM, aabbcc (Created) (JIRA) <[hidden email]>wrote:

> One-To-Many mapping is not working
> ----------------------------------
>
>                 Key: OPENJPA-2138
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/OPENJPA-2138
>             Project: OpenJPA
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: jpa
>    Affects Versions: 2.1.1
>            Reporter: aabbcc
>
>
> I have business object model with below structure
>
> Class A {
> private B b;
>
> }
>
> Class B {
> private String joinKey;
> private List<C> c;
> }
>
> Class C {
> private String joinKey;
> private String str1;
> private String str2;
> }
>
> In the ORM.xml,I have specified mapping like this
>
> <entity class="xxx.xxx.A">
>  <table name="table1"/>
>  <attributes>
>  <one-to-one name="name1" target-entity="xxx.xxx.B">
>      <join-column name='"column1"' referenced-column-name='"column1"'/>
>  </one-to-one>
>  </attributes>
> </entity>
>
> <entity class="xxx.xxx.B">
>  <table name="table2"/>
>  <attributes>
>  <basic name="joinKey">
>    <column name="column1"/>
>  </basic>
>  <one-to-many name="name1" target-entity="xxx.xxx.C">
>      <join-column name='"column1"' referenced-column-name='"column1"'/>
>  </one-to-many>
>  </attributes>
> </entity>
>
> <entity class="xxx.xxx.C">
>  <attributes>
>  <basic name="joinKey">
>    <column name="column1"/>
>  </basic>
>      <basic name="str1">
>           <column name="str1Column"/>
>      </basic>
>      <basic name="str2">
>           <column name="str2Column"/>
>      </basic>
>  </attributes>
>
> </entity>
>
>
> The one-to-many mapping specified in the entity C does not work by both
> approach 1) JoinColumn 2) JoinTable.  My code skips this mapping while
> generating SQL query.
> But instead of one-to-many mapping If I specify one-to-one mapping and
> change class B to replace "private List<C> c;" with "private C c;" then the
> one-to-one mapping works fine.
>
> I am using OPENJpa 2.1.1, as per the documentation one-to-many mapping
> should work but it seems OPENJpa 2.1.1 API is working as expected. It seems
> there is bug in API.
>
> Can you please advise to fix this issue?
>
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[jira] [Closed] (OPENJPA-2138) One-To-Many mapping is not working

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aabbcc closed OPENJPA-2138.
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    Resolution: Cannot Reproduce
   

> One-To-Many mapping is not working
> ----------------------------------
>
>                 Key: OPENJPA-2138
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/OPENJPA-2138
>             Project: OpenJPA
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: jpa
>    Affects Versions: 2.1.1
>            Reporter: aabbcc
>
> I have business object model with below structure
> Class A {
> private B b;
> }
> Class B {
> private String joinKey;
> private List<C> c;
> }
> Class C {
> private String joinKey;
> private String str1;
> private String str2;
> }
> In the ORM.xml,I have specified mapping like this
> <entity class="xxx.xxx.A">
>   <table name="table1"/>
>   <attributes>
>   <one-to-one name="name1" target-entity="xxx.xxx.B">
>       <join-column name='"column1"' referenced-column-name='"column1"'/>
>   </one-to-one>
>   </attributes>
> </entity>
> <entity class="xxx.xxx.B">
>  <table name="table2"/>
>  <attributes>
>  <basic name="joinKey">
>     <column name="column1"/>
>  </basic>
>  <one-to-many name="name1" target-entity="xxx.xxx.C">
>       <join-column name='"column1"' referenced-column-name='"column1"'/>
>   </one-to-many>
>   </attributes>
> </entity>
> <entity class="xxx.xxx.C">
>   <attributes>
>   <basic name="joinKey">
>     <column name="column1"/>
>  </basic>
>       <basic name="str1">
>            <column name="str1Column"/>
>       </basic>
>       <basic name="str2">
>            <column name="str2Column"/>
>       </basic>
>   </attributes>
> </entity>
> The one-to-many mapping specified in the entity C does not work by both approach 1) JoinColumn 2) JoinTable.  My code skips this mapping while generating SQL query.
> But instead of one-to-many mapping If I specify one-to-one mapping and change class B to replace "private List<C> c;" with "private C c;" then the one-to-one mapping works fine.
> I am using OPENJpa 2.1.1, as per the documentation one-to-many mapping should work but it seems OPENJpa 2.1.1 API is working as expected. It seems there is bug in API.
> Can you please advise to fix this issue?

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