Ramses

Caracas, Venezuela

Age: 33

I'm a Software engineer from Venezuela. with experience in languages like Java, PHP, Ruby, Javascript and C# .NET. Love open source, but firm believer of "right tool for the right job". Currently working on a research project involving Semantic Web and SPARQL endpoints

Nov
25
revised exchange data between Internet Web app (j2ee app) and Android mobile application
fixed some typos
Nov
25
awarded Editor
Nov
5
awarded Civic Duty
Oct
31
awarded Scholar
Oct
31
accepted Is there a way to replay the tutorial in Plants vs Zombies 2?
Oct
31
asked Is there a way to replay the tutorial in Plants vs Zombies 2?
Oct
2
asked HIbernate XML Mapping: Composite Key with autoincrement
Oct
2
comment org.hibernate.NonUniqueObjectException when saving a list of child objects
Now that you point this out, seems obvious, thanks. The problem is that the field idPlayers is an autoincrement field, part of the composite key of SubDisciplinePlayers. How can I modify the mapping to reflect this?
Oct
1
accepted org.hibernate.NonUniqueObjectException when saving a list of child objects
Oct
1
awarded Student
Oct
1
asked How to get the Bullseye achievement?
Oct
1
awarded Autobiographer
Oct
1
asked org.hibernate.NonUniqueObjectException when saving a list of child objects
Sep
30
comment Hibernate Error: org.hibernate.NonUniqueObjectException: a different object with the same identifier value was already associated with the session
In my case there are many objects with the same identifier 0, because they are new and don't have one. The db generates them. Somewhere I have read that 0 signals Id not set. The intuitive way to persist them is iterating over them and saying hibernate to save the objects. I need to do exactly this. Could you tell me which is the "hibernate way" to do this?
Sep
24
awarded Autobiographer
Sep
24
awarded Autobiographer
Sep
24
awarded Autobiographer
Aug
6
comment Access JBoss 7.1.1.Final using IP address
What is an appropiate configuration for a production environment?
Jul
29
comment How can I get the diff between all the commits that occured between two dates with Git?
@brbob I know this was answered a long time ago, but just for someone who stumbles upon this (as I did) Git help says: The command is kept primarily for historical reasons; fingers of many people who learned Git long before git log was invented by reading Linux kernel mailing list are trained to type it. So, the docs encourages using git log instead of git whatchanged; this last command also uses the --no-merge option of git log, so they output the same results.
Jan
14
answered What's wrong with my query debscribed below?
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