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Many-to-many If both sides of the relationship can have more than one object, the relationship is many-to-many. For example, an Item can be in more than one Category and a Category can have multiple Items.
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Ordinality, or optionality Ordinality, or optionality, of a relationship determines whether an associated entity exists. For example, we have a bidirectional one-to-one association between User and BillingInfo, and every user need not always have billing information, so the relationship is optional. However, BillingInfo always belongs to a User and hence the optionality for the BillingInfo-User association is false. Having established the basic concepts of domain modeling, we can now start discussing how the domain model is persisted using the EJB 3 Java Persistence API and actually begin implementing our domain model.
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7.1.4 The EJB 3 Java Persistence API
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In contrast to EJB 2 entity beans, the EJB 3 Java Persistence API (JPA) is a metadata-driven POJO technology. That is, to save data held in Java objects into a database, our objects are not required to implement an interface, extend a class, or fit into a framework pattern. In fact, persisted objects need not contain a single inline statement of JPA. All we have to do is code our domain model as plain Java objects and use annotations or the XML to give the persistence provider the following information:
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What our domain objects are (for example, using the @Entity and @Embedded annotations) How to uniquely identify a persisted domain object (for example, using the @Id annotation) What the relations between objects are (for example, using the @OneToOne, @OneToMany, and @ManyToMany annotations) How the domain object is mapped to database tables (for example, using various object-relational mapping annotations like @Table, @Column, or @JoinColumn)
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As you can see, although O/R mapping using the JPA (or any other O/R frameworks like Hibernate) is a great improvement over entity beans or JDBC, automated persistence is still an inherently complex activity. The large number of persistencerelated annotations and wide array of possible arrangements is a result of this fact. To make it all as digestible as possible, we ll only cover the first three items in this
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SQL-centric persistence: Spring JDBCTemplate and iBATIS
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Like many of us, if you are comfortable with SQL and JDBC and like the control and flexibility offered by do-it-yourself, hands-on approaches, O/R in its full-blown, black magic, automated form may not be for you. As a matter of fact, O/R tools like Hibernate and the EJB 3 Java Persistence API (JPA) might seem like overkill, even despite the long-term benefits offered by a higher-level API. If this is the case, you should give tools like Spring JDBCTemplate and iBATIS a very close look. Both of these tools do an excellent job abstracting out really lowlevel, verbose JDBC mechanics while keeping the SQL/database-centric feel of persistence intact. However, you should give O/R frameworks and JPA a fair chance. You just might find that these options make your life a lot easier and OO-centric, freeing you to use your neuron cycles to solve business problems instead.
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chapter, leaving the fourth (how the domain object is mapped to database tables) to chapter 8. Moreover, we ll stray from our pattern of presenting and then analyzing a complete example, since the wide breadth of the persistence API would not yield to the pattern nicely. Instead, we are going to explore the persistence API by visiting each step in our list using specific cases from the ActionBazaar example, analyzing features and intricacies along the way. Not straying from previous chapters, however, we ll still focus on using annotations, leaving the description of deployment descriptor equivalents for a brief discussion in chapter 11.
7.1.5 Domain objects as Java classes
Let s now get our feet wet by examining some code for JPA. We ll pick a representatively complex domain object, Category, and see what it might look like in Java code. The Category class in listing 7.1 is a simple POJO class that is a domain object built using Java. This is a candidate for becoming an entity and being persisted to the database. As we mentioned earlier, the Category domain object may have the category name and modification date as attributes. In addition, there are a number of instance variables in the POJO class that express domain relationships instead of simple attributes of a category. The id attribute also does more than simply serving as a data holder for business logic and identifies an instance of the Category object. You ll learn about identity in the next section.
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