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From "Christophe Lombart" <christophe.lomb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Using Collections - OCM
Date Fri, 26 Oct 2007 06:50:34 GMT
Sorry for the delay I was very busy this week.

Which inheritance strategy are you using ? Are you using the a discriminator
or a different node type per Class ?

There are 2 possibilities :

1/ Using a different node type per class in the hierarchy, here is a example
from the unit test. The implement-descriptor is not mandatory.


discriminator="false"  >
   <collection-descriptor fieldName="children" proxy="true" autoUpdate="false"
</class-descriptor >	

2/ Using a discriminator (discriminator =true). It  can be used when you are
using the same node type for the complete class hierarchy. There is no unit
tests on collection-descriptor with a discriminator. So, I will write a new
unit test for this use cases and I will give some feedback. So maybe there
are some bug for this kind of situation.

Again sorry for the delay.


On 10/24/07, Kaizer <Kaizers@mastek.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a class A which has a collection of objects of type B. I have made
> the corresponding definitions in the mapping xml. However, If i create a
> class C which extends B and save objects of type C in the list and then
> try
> to retrieve them, I always get an instance of B as the ObjectConverterImpl
> always creates a new instance of the "elementClassName" defined in the
> mapping (which would be B in this case). How can i achieve the storage and
> retrieval in this scenario?Would I require a custom CollectionConverter?
> Thanks.
> Regards
> Kaizer
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