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 Post subject: Meta Attribute Missing for Property in Embeddable ID
PostPosted: Mon Nov 21, 2011 6:39 pm 
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I am using reverse engineering and I have a table:

this_thing (
other_thing_id INT PK,
this_thing_type ENUM('ASDF','QWER') PK,
... other fields)

In my hibernate.reveng.xml I have the following stanza:

<table name="this_thing">
<column name="this_thing_type" type="com.asdf.qwer.ThisThingType">
<meta attribute="annotations">@javax.persistence.Enumerated(javax.persistence.EnumType.STRING)</meta>
</column>
</table>

I have altered the PojoPropertyAccessors.ftl to emit "annotations":

<#if pojo.hasMetaAttribute(property, "annotations")>
${c2j.getMetaAsString(property, "annotations")}
</#if>

The Enumerated annotation is placed on the getId() method of the ThisThing Entity instead of on the getThisThingType() method of the ThisThingId Embeddable class.

I have been using this approach successfully for other enum properties, but this is the first time the property has been part of the primary key.

a.) Is this a bug in the handling of meta attributes when the property is part of the key?
b.) Is there a workaround?
c.) Is there a better way to generate the Enumerated attribute for String-based enum values?


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