Introduction As I already mentioned, you should never use the TABLE identifier generator since it does not scale properly. In this post, I’ll show you why you should not rely on the AUTO GenerationType strategy if you’re Hibernate application uses MySQL.
Introduction As previously explained, the TABLE identifier generator does not scale, so you should avoid id. However, some enterprise applications might need to run on both MySQL (which does not support database sequences), as well as Oracle, PostgreSQL, and SQL Server 2012. This is article is going to explain how easily you can achieve this goal using the JPA mapping overriding.
Introduction From a data access perspective, JPA supports two major types of identifiers: assigned generated The assigned identifiers must be manually set on every given entity prior to being persisted. For this reason, assigned identifiers are suitable for natural keys. For synthetic Primary Keys, we need to use a generated entity identifier, which is supported by JPA through the use of the @GeneratedValue annotation. There are four types of generated identifier strategies which are defined by the GenerationType enumeration: AUTO IDENTITY SEQUENCE TABLE The AUTO identifier generator strategy chooses one of the… Read More