0 Replies Latest reply on Oct 29, 2007 4:49 PM by darren hartford

    two database, persistence units, relation between the two

    darren hartford Expert

      Hey all,
      I have to completely different databases (an oracle and mysql). I want to create two entities that have mapped relations between the two. There is no way to modify the databases, this is what it is.

      jboss 4.2.1, ejb3, jpa (not hibernate-specific, although if there is a way with extensions let me know)

      ora_name_PK, first_name

      my_name_PK, last_name

      oraEntity is in the "ora-pu" persistence unit.
      mysqlEntity is in the "mysql-pu" persistence unit.

      What I want to do is create the relation between the two entities, in this case only care about many first names for one last name:
      private Set oraCollection;

      public Set getOraCollection() {
      return this.oraCollection;

      public void setOraCollection(Set oraCollection) {
      this.oraCollection= oraCollection;

      So, now, when I try to call from my "mysql-pu", since that has the mysqlEntity and the last-name, I try to use the mysqlEntity.getOraCollection() -- it throws database errors saying the Oracle-associated databases do not exist.

      How does one solve this problem?

      Google, jboss forums, java-sun-forum, none of them make it easy to search for this problem, so sorry if this is a commonly asked problem but I just can not find the solution.

      fyi - I've been using jboss since 3.2 days...but had to create a new forum user after much hassle :-/