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Hibernate One To One Mapping Using Annotations

Hibernate » On Sep 3, 2011 { 2 Comments } By Sivateja

Let us see the example on one to one mapping using annotations..

Files required…

  • Address.java
  • Student.java
  • hibernate.cfg.xml
  • ClientForSave.java

Address.java

Student.java

hibernate.cfg.xml

ClientForSave.java

Eclipse Output

In the database

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2 Responses to “Hibernate One To One Mapping Using Annotations”
  1. Ghazi says:

    Hello,
    Thank you for this example, I need to add a @OneToOne Adress attribute (type Adress) in Student class, which other annotations to use?
    Thank you

  2. sivaranjani says:

    hi,
    Without having any file name on mapping resource ,how the flow to bean class will happen???

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