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23.4. Miscellaneous Example Mappings

23.4.1. About the Miscellaneous Example Mappings

These examples are available from the Hibernate test suite. You will find many other useful example mappings there by searching in the test folder of the Hibernate distribution.

23.4.2. Typed One-to-one Association

<class name="Person">
    <id name="name"/>
    <one-to-one name="address" 
            cascade="all">
        <formula>name</formula>
        <formula>'HOME'</formula>
    </one-to-one>
    <one-to-one name="mailingAddress" 
            cascade="all">
        <formula>name</formula>
        <formula>'MAILING'</formula>
    </one-to-one>
</class>

<class name="Address" batch-size="2" 
        check="addressType in ('MAILING', 'HOME', 'BUSINESS')">
    <composite-id>
        <key-many-to-one name="person" 
                column="personName"/>
        <key-property name="type" 
                column="addressType"/>
    </composite-id>
    <property name="street" type="text"/>
    <property name="state"/>
    <property name="zip"/>
</class>

23.4.3. Composite Key Example

<class name="Customer">

    <id name="customerId"
        length="10">
        <generator class="assigned"/>
    </id>

    <property name="name" not-null="true" length="100"/>
    <property name="address" not-null="true" length="200"/>

    <list name="orders"
            inverse="true"
            cascade="save-update">
        <key column="customerId"/>
        <index column="orderNumber"/>
        <one-to-many class="Order"/>
    </list>

</class>

<class name="Order" table="CustomerOrder" lazy="true">
    <synchronize table="LineItem"/>
    <synchronize table="Product"/>
    
    <composite-id name="id" 
            class="Order$Id">
        <key-property name="customerId" length="10"/>
        <key-property name="orderNumber"/>
    </composite-id>
    
    <property name="orderDate" 
            type="calendar_date"
            not-null="true"/>
    
    <property name="total">
        <formula>
            ( select sum(li.quantity*p.price) 
            from LineItem li, Product p 
            where li.productId = p.productId 
                and li.customerId = customerId 
                and li.orderNumber = orderNumber )
        </formula>
    </property>
    
    <many-to-one name="customer"
            column="customerId"
            insert="false"
            update="false" 
            not-null="true"/>
        
    <bag name="lineItems"
            fetch="join" 
            inverse="true"
            cascade="save-update">
        <key>
            <column name="customerId"/>
            <column name="orderNumber"/>
        </key>
        <one-to-many class="LineItem"/>
    </bag>
    
</class>
    
<class name="LineItem">
    
    <composite-id name="id" 
            class="LineItem$Id">
        <key-property name="customerId" length="10"/>
        <key-property name="orderNumber"/>
        <key-property name="productId" length="10"/>
    </composite-id>
    
    <property name="quantity"/>
    
    <many-to-one name="order"
            insert="false"
            update="false" 
            not-null="true">
        <column name="customerId"/>
        <column name="orderNumber"/>
    </many-to-one>
    
    <many-to-one name="product"
            insert="false"
            update="false" 
            not-null="true"
            column="productId"/>
        
</class>

<class name="Product">
    <synchronize table="LineItem"/>

    <id name="productId"
        length="10">
        <generator class="assigned"/>
    </id>
    
    <property name="description" 
        not-null="true" 
        length="200"/>
    <property name="price" length="3"/>
    <property name="numberAvailable"/>
    
    <property name="numberOrdered">
        <formula>
            ( select sum(li.quantity) 
            from LineItem li 
            where li.productId = productId )
        </formula>
    </property>
    
</class>

23.4.4. Many-to-many with Shared Composite Key Attribute

<class name="User" table="`User`">
    <composite-id>
        <key-property name="name"/>
        <key-property name="org"/>
    </composite-id>
    <set name="groups" table="UserGroup">
        <key>
            <column name="userName"/>
            <column name="org"/>
        </key>
        <many-to-many class="Group">
            <column name="groupName"/>
            <formula>org</formula>
        </many-to-many>
    </set>
</class>
    
<class name="Group" table="`Group`">
    <composite-id>
        <key-property name="name"/>
        <key-property name="org"/>
    </composite-id>
    <property name="description"/>
    <set name="users" table="UserGroup" inverse="true">
        <key>
            <column name="groupName"/>
            <column name="org"/>
        </key>
        <many-to-many class="User">
            <column name="userName"/>
            <formula>org</formula>
        </many-to-many>
    </set>
</class>

23.4.5. Content Based Discrimination

<class name="Person"
    discriminator-value="P">
    
    <id name="id" 
        column="person_id" 
        unsaved-value="0">
        <generator class="native"/>
    </id>
    
            
    <discriminator 
        type="character">
        <formula>
            case 
                when title is not null then 'E' 
                when salesperson is not null then 'C' 
                else 'P' 
            end
        </formula>
    </discriminator>

    <property name="name" 
        not-null="true"
        length="80"/>
        
    <property name="sex" 
        not-null="true"
        update="false"/>
    
    <component name="address">
        <property name="address"/>
        <property name="zip"/>
        <property name="country"/>
    </component>
    
    <subclass name="Employee" 
        discriminator-value="E">
            <property name="title"
                length="20"/>
            <property name="salary"/>
            <many-to-one name="manager"/>
    </subclass>
    
    <subclass name="Customer" 
        discriminator-value="C">
            <property name="comments"/>
            <many-to-one name="salesperson"/>
    </subclass>
    
</class>

23.4.6. Associations on Alternate Keys

<class name="Person">
    
    <id name="id">
        <generator class="hilo"/>
    </id>
    
    <property name="name" length="100"/>
    
    <one-to-one name="address" 
        property-ref="person"
        cascade="all"
        fetch="join"/>
    
    <set name="accounts" 
        inverse="true">
        <key column="userId"
            property-ref="userId"/>
        <one-to-many class="Account"/>
    </set>
    
    <property name="userId" length="8"/>

</class>

<class name="Address">

    <id name="id">
        <generator class="hilo"/>
    </id>

    <property name="address" length="300"/>
    <property name="zip" length="5"/>
    <property name="country" length="25"/>
    <many-to-one name="person" unique="true" not-null="true"/>

</class>

<class name="Account">
    <id name="accountId" length="32">
        <generator class="uuid"/>
    </id>
    
    <many-to-one name="user"
        column="userId"
        property-ref="userId"/>
    
    <property name="type" not-null="true"/>
    
</class>