2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 26, 2002 12:43 PM by cocoon

    cascade-delete

    morten Matras Newbie

      I have tried to implement a system with cascade-delete on some of the EJB-relationships. This doesn't seem to work with JBoss 3.0 alpha.
      It can be deployed, and it doesn't report any errors or exception when I call remove() on the EJB that "owns" the other one.

      Is cascade-delete implemented on the JBoss 3.0 beta?
      (Where can I see the differences between two versions?)

      Do I have to do anything besides writing:
      <cascade-delete /> in the EJB-relationship in the ejb-jar.xml file?

        • 1. Re: cascade-delete
          Dain Sundstrom Master

          > I have tried to implement a system with
          > cascade-delete on some of the EJB-relationships. This
          > doesn't seem to work with JBoss 3.0 alpha.

          Worked for me, but the alpah was a long time ago.

          > It can be deployed, and it doesn't report any errors
          > or exception when I call remove() on the EJB that
          > "owns" the other one.

          Is this a one-to-one?

          > Is cascade-delete implemented on the JBoss 3.0 beta?
          > (Where can I see the differences between two
          > versions?)

          Not that I can remember.

          > Do I have to do anything besides writing:
          > <cascade-delete /> in the EJB-relationship in the
          > ejb-jar.xml file?

          Nope.

          BTW the current version ks JBoss 3.0rc1

          • 2. Re: cascade-delete
            cocoon Newbie

            Hi,

            What database are u using in order to get the cascade working? Does it deleted all it's children relation?

            I am using Jboss3.0.3 wiht HypersonicSQL and it is only deleting the F-key relationship pointer and it does not delete all its children in a clean way!

            Thanks,
            San