Using @OneToOne with @Id to share a primary key only seems to work if the getters (for the ID and relationship fields) are annotated. If the annotations are on the fields, then it fails. I don't know if this is accepted behaviour or not.
Based on this example, I put together a MWE as a github repo. The master branch uses getter annotations, the `field-annotations` branch uses field annotations. Run the app with `mvn spring-boot:run` to see it fail.
As far as I can tell, it is during the cascade merge that the link back to the parent (Book) is broken.
Spring boot 1.4.0 JPA starter (Hibernate 5.0.9) With H2 DB (for testing).
I got rid of the GenericJDBCException by increasing the TTL of the connection in use provided by the pool. I use Hibernate 5.0.10 Final, it works like a charm now. The main difference between my source code and the one provided in this bug report is the use of sequences in mine instead of auto incremental values.
, are you saying this is no longer an issue?
Yes, I can try to reproduce this bug with the SQL tables mentioned by the original poster but with PostgreSQL or Oracle instead of MySQL. I expect it to work correctly.
, I'm not sure if I understand. Can this issue be closed?