Can somebody point me to a resource, or just plain clue me in on the whole
Cascade thing. If I don't cascade I get nasty errors about transient
objects, but if I do cascade, I get the same java object saved 6 times
creating 6 rows in the database when I save parts of a collection that
reference the parent. How can the same identical Java object get persisted
6 seperate times to create 6 different rows? That to me would seem like
behaviour that was unexpected at least, I didn't expect it!!
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