JOBSEEKER?

The Stock class is used to represent a snapshot of a company's stock in the database.

Add appropriate annotations to the class, so that Hibernate maps it in the following way:

  • The id field should be the primary key, which should be generated when the object is saved.
  • The companyName field should be mapped to the "company_name" column in the database.
  • The price field should be mapped to the "price" column in the database, it should never be null.
Java SE 13, Hibernate 5.4  
 

  •   The id field is correctly mapped: org.hibernate.MappingException
  •   The companyName field is correctly mapped: org.hibernate.MappingException
  •   The price field is correctly mapped: org.hibernate.MappingException
  •   The id field is auto generated and is the id of the entity: org.hibernate.MappingException

Tags
Java Hibernate Annotations Entity Type New Public
Easy

10min

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