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From CP Lim <cp_...@redsheriff.com>
Subject Re: autogenerate ID
Date Tue, 25 Nov 2003 22:21:40 GMT

Have a look at this:


It sounds like you'll have to use the 'autoIncrement' attribute.

I fear I might have led you somewhat astray because I'm using postgresql.


Silviu Marcu wrote:

> I tried to use id-method-parameter - but no effect in the generated SQL
> file.
> Can you give me some idea what is used for id-method-parameter, becouse
> in torque 1.3 generator documentation there is no reference about it.
> Thanks,
> silviu
> -----Original Message-----
> From: CP Lim [mailto:cp_lim@redsheriff.com] 
> Sent: 25 noiembrie 2003 09:14
> To: Apache Torque Users List
> Subject: Re: autogenerate ID
> Not sure about MySQL.  You can always try it and see if it'll generate 
> the correct java classes for you....
> cheers,
> CP
> Silviu Marcu wrote:
>>Thanks for your answer,
>>Do you know the equivalent value for MySQL?
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: CP Lim [mailto:cp_lim@redsheriff.com] 
>>Sent: 24 noiembrie 2003 23:20
>>To: Apache Torque Users List
>>Subject: Re: autogenerate ID
>>Hi Silviu,
>>What you can do is include the <id-method-parameter/> attribute to
> your 
>>table definition.  I'm using postgresql and it seems to work fine.
> The 
>>following is an example:
>><database name="test" defaultIdMethod="native" 
>>defaultJavaNamingMethod="javaname" package="test">
>>     <table name="cpl_test" idMethod="native">
>>         <column name="id" type="INTEGER" required="true" 
>>         <column name="name" type="VARCHAR" size="100"/>
>>         <id-method-parameter value="cpl_test_id_seq"/>
>>     </table>
>>This worked properly for me, and the SQL generated includes creating
> the
>>sequence called 'cpl_test_id_seq' which is used to default the id
>>Silviu Marcu wrote:
>>>I try to use a table with auto generate ID,
>>>I put
>>><database  name="test"  defaultIdMethod="native"
>>>defaultJavaNamingMethod="javaname"  package="test">
>>>and the tables does not define the idMethod property.
>>>I dont see any changes in the generated sql file and in the code.
>>>Can I generate classes that are not depending on DB name? (at
>>>time, the map folder contains files that contains encoded the DB

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