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. CityNav NT v2009 Full Version. CRACK – Typing Master Pro V11. By using this site, you agree to the use of cookies to give you the best online experience.Q:

Resolving ambiguous relation-set between two instances of the same entity

I am having a hard time finding an answer to what could be considered an easy question.
Say I have a set of classes with the following inheritance hierarchy:
A -> B -> C

Then I have one instance of class A, say a.
I now try to resolve a relation between a and B. I do this by calling A.getRelatedSet( B ). However, if I call getRelatedSet() again of a different instance, for instance b, I get a.getRelatedSet( b ).
Here’s the error:
org.hibernate.HibernateException: More than one row found for singleton

The documentation for “getRelatedSet()” says (emphasis mine):

Return a {@link org.hibernate.collection.PersistentSet} instance of
all the objects in the inverse join of the given object in this
association. If the given object is in the inverse side of a
bidirectional association, this method returns the join of the
associated collection, and not the inverse join.

So I’m not sure if the documentation is wrong, but I would have expected b to be returned.
Can anyone please clarify this for me?
Update: So I’m going to clarify that I do want both sets of objects, and that the part that does not make sense to me is why there is more than one object with the same identifier to resolve.


So there actually is a solution to this question: You can call Hibernate.getCurrentSession().merge(a). So the result will be one of the objects in the relatedSet.
I was just a bit confused by the documentation.


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