June 01, 2005

Doh! Read the docs!

Follow-up to Weird "problem" with hibernate composite–elements from Colin's blog

So the problem is that in hibernate the "index" mapping refers to the absolute index in the List, so if the values for the index column are 0,1,2,5
then your List will have 5 elements, and the 3rd and 4th elements will be null.

I wrongly assumed (yeah yeah, ass out of u and me) that the index was the value used to order the elements :(

Because the existing data is just so bad, I ended up mapping it as a Set and specifying the order-by clause to be the relevant column.


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