5 Replies Latest reply on Jul 29, 2005 5:08 PM by Mike Slyter

    Using @Id to set autoicrement field

    Mike Slyter Newbie

      I have a Sybase ASA database
      I need to have the a column named survey_id autoincrement. Autoincrement is the type for ASA not Identity like ASE.

      Here is the field definition
      survey_id autoincrement

      I have this working in a CMP 2.1 implementation but I am trying to get this going with EJB 3.0.

      Here is the Entity Bean

      import javax.persistence.Column;
      import javax.persistence.Entity;
      import javax.persistence.GeneratorType;
      //import javax.persistence.GeneratorType;
      import javax.persistence.Id;
      import javax.persistence.Table;

      @Table(name = "survey")
      public class Survey {
      private Integer surveyId;
      private String surveyName;
      private String surveyDescription;
      private int surveyQuestionCount;
      private String surveyPasswordProtect;
      private String surveyPassword;
      private String surveyActive;
      private String userUsername;

      public Survey () { }

      public Survey(String active, String description, String name, String password, String protect, int count, String username) {
      surveyActive = active;
      surveyDescription = description;
      surveyName = name;
      surveyPassword = password;
      surveyPasswordProtect = protect;
      surveyQuestionCount = count;
      userUsername = username;
      @Column(name = "survey_active")
      public String getSurveyActive() {
      return surveyActive;
      public void setSurveyActive(String surveyActive) {
      this.surveyActive = surveyActive;
      @Column(name = "survey_description")
      public String getSurveyDescription() {
      return surveyDescription;
      public void setSurveyDescription(String surveyDescription) {
      this.surveyDescription = surveyDescription;
      @Id(generate = GeneratorType.AUTO)
      @Column(name = "survey_id")
      public Integer getSurveyId() {
      return surveyId;
      public void setSurveyId(Integer surveyId) {
      this.surveyId = surveyId;
      @Column(name = "survey_name")
      public String getSurveyName() {
      return surveyName;
      public void setSurveyName(String surveyName) {
      this.surveyName = surveyName;
      @Column(name = "survey_password")
      public String getSurveyPassword() {
      return surveyPassword;
      public void setSurveyPassword(String surveyPassword) {
      this.surveyPassword = surveyPassword;
      @Column(name = "survey_password_protect")
      public String getSurveyPasswordProtect() {
      return surveyPasswordProtect;
      public void setSurveyPasswordProtect(String surveyPasswordProtect) {
      this.surveyPasswordProtect = surveyPasswordProtect;
      @Column(name = "survey_question_count")
      public int getSurveyQuestionCount() {
      return surveyQuestionCount;
      public void setSurveyQuestionCount(int surveyQuestionCount) {
      this.surveyQuestionCount = surveyQuestionCount;
      @Column(name = "user_username")
      public String getUserUsername() {
      return userUsername;
      public void setUserUsername(String userUsername) {
      this.userUsername = userUsername;


      1)Here are the errors with the following setting: @Id(generate = GeneratorType.IDENTITY)
      15:18:44,015 WARN [JDBCExceptionReporter] SQL Error: 504, SQLState: 52W09
      15:18:44,015 ERROR [JDBCExceptionReporter] ASA Error -265: Procedure 'identity' not found

      2) Here is the error with the following setting: @Id
      ids for this class must be manually assigned before calling save():

      3) Here are the errors with the following setting @Id(generate = GeneratorType.AUTO)
      16:07:27,515 WARN [JDBCExceptionReporter] SQL Error: 504, SQLState: 52W09
      16:07:27,515 ERROR [JDBCExceptionReporter] ASA Error -265: Procedure 'identity' not found

      What am I missing here? Any help would be appreciated.

      Do i need some kind of override in an XML file?

      Here is one more clue

      If I convert the surveyId field of the bean to int and set the @Id(generate = GenratorType.NONE) it inserts a row with survey_d 0. It fails the second time of course.