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Use update() if you are sure that the session does not contain an already persistent instance with the same identifier, and merge() if you want to merge your modifications at any time without consideration of the state of the session.

Using <generator> tag.

Example:-

<id column=”USER_ID” name=”id” type=”java.lang.Long”>

    <generator class=”sequence”>

       <param name=”table”>SEQUENCE_NAME</param>

    <generator>

</id>

cascade – enable operations to cascade to child entities.
cascade=”all|none|save-update|delete|all-delete-orphan”
inverse – mark this collection as the “inverse” end of a bidirectional association.
inverse=”true|false”
Essentially “inverse” indicates which end of a relationship should be ignored, so when persisting a parent who has a collection of children, should you ask the parent for its list of children, or ask the children who the parents are.

It informs hibernate to ignore that end of the relationship. If the one–to–many was marked as inverse, hibernate would create a child–>parent relationship (child.getParent). If the one–to–many was marked as non–inverse then a child–>parent relationship would be created.

  1. Table per concrete class.
  2. Table per class hierarchy.
  3. Table per subclass.

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