Affects versions: 4.3.11
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I am developing an application using JPA 2.1 with Hibernate 4.3 as the persistance provider.
For the sacke of readability and better maintainance, I want to explicitly name every possible think and not to rely on the hibernate naming strategy.
I am using the newly introduced @ForignKey annotation to customize the forign key constraint name, and it works fine for @JoinColumn associated with @ManyToOne relationships.
The problem comes when trying to customise the forign key constraints generated for @ManyToMany relationship using a @JoinTable, the provider do not use my provided name, and revert back to its randomly generated name.
Assuming we have an entity called collection:
correctly generate the following ddl
but when i try to use it with @ManyToMany association, it does not work as expected:
the generated ddl doesnot honor my provided names, and revert to the auto generated random names:
So, what is wrong here?
by the way, I tried to use foregnKey attribute on the @JoinColumn itself (it seems wrong, but i tried it anyway) and it does not help either:
it does not work either:
what is the correct way to make this work?