public interface BidirectionalEntityReference extends EntityReference
EntityReferenceAliasesfor this object is the same as for its target EntityReference, and can be looked up via
AliasResolutionContext.resolveEntityReferenceAliases(String)using the value returned by
getQuerySpaceUid(). This relies on reference lookups against the EntityReference instances, therefore this allows representation of the circularity but with a little protection against potential stack overflows. This is unfortunately still a cyclic graph. An alternative approach is to make the graph acyclic (DAG) would be to follow the process I adopted in the original HQL Antlr v3 work with regard to always applying an alias to the "persister reference", even where that meant creating a generated, unique identifier as the alias. That allows other parts of the tree to refer to the "persister reference" by that alias without the need for potentially cyclic graphs (think ALIAS_REF in the current ORM parser). Those aliases can then be mapped/catalogued against the "persister reference" for retrieval as needed.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
The query space UID returned using
Get the targeted EntityReference
getQuerySpaceUid()must be the same as returned by
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