Well, I am not certain what "PK-> dep. PK" means. When I used EOModeler the
meaning of "Dependent Primary Key" could mean different things depending on
what you were talking about. Usually it meant that if I added a new Employee
object and a new RetirementAccount object, the primary key value for the
Employee tuple would ALSO be the primary key value for the RetirementAccount
My database setup is different. RetirementAccounts have a primary key column
that is completely arbitrary and not linked to the Employee table at all.
accountId | employeeId | dateOpened
1 1 12-01-02
2 6 10-26-01
5 3 04-13-00
employeeId | firstName | lastName
1 David Paules
2 Julie Johnson
3 Bob Smith
4 James Carlson
5 Kathy Bates
6 Iris Kunczyk
The small data set above is how the database is designed. Hopefully this
will allow you to tell me two things:
1. What does "To Dep PK" mean in Cayenne Modeler? With regard to your
suggestion of setting that checkbox on the db relationship from Employee to
RetirementAccount, the modeler will not allow me to check it. When I do
check it by setting the xml text to true, the run-time tells me that "the
toDependentPK value is incorrectly set to true, unsetting it".
2. I have a reverse relationship from retirement account back to employee.
Thus I have the "update reverse" checkbox on the db relationship checked.
What does this checkbox mean?
Thanks in advance for your time and help,
Quantum Leap Innovations
From: Andrus Adamchik [mailto:andru..bjectstyle.org]
Sent: Friday, January 03, 2003 11:31 AM
To: Dave Paules
Subject: Re: error on 1:1 relationship - Some parts of PK are missing in
the code looks absolutely correct.
To answer your question, could you provide some information about how the
one-to-one is mapped. Is it PK-> dep. PK? If so, is the corresponding
checkbox checked on DbRelationship from Employee to RetirementAccount?
Details of your db schema for these 2 tables will help too.
Dave Paules writes:
> I am trying to create a new Employee and create a new RetirementAccount
> the new employee.
> It seems I can create and save these objects independently to the
> but if I try to "connect" the two in the 1:1 relationship that I modeled,
> get the following exception at the ctxt.commitChanges method call:
> org.objectstyle.cayenne.CayenneRuntimeException: Some parts of PK are
> missing in snapshot.
> at Tester.addIntern(Tester.java:72)
> at Tester.run(Tester.java:42)
> at Tester.main(Tester.java:27)
> Employee intern = (Employee)ctxt.createAndRegisterNewObject("Employee");
> //now add retirement account
> RetirementAccount ira =
> ira.setDateOpened(new java.sql.Date(System.currentTimeMillis()));
> ira.setAccountNumber(new Integer(177567233));
> //now connect the two
> What am I doing wrong? Have I modeled something incorrectly?
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