Tried the following test case in hibernate 6.2.2:
Created entity with the following setup for id
@GeneratedValue(generator= "entityD", strategy = GenerationType.TABLE) @TableGenerator(name = "entityD", table="my_seq",pkColumnName = "my_seq_name", valueColumnName = "my_seq_val")
after that update generator for corresponding entity to 50 in the my_seq table via sql.
and ask hibernate to insert new entity.
The id will be assigned is 2, while I would expect 51…(or 52, or >50 I don’t care)
if I update generator to 100, the assigned id will be 52…
Seems a bug? In prev versions(3-5) it was working as expected.
Looking briefly in the code I see hibernate reads value from the table, updates with increment and then returns the value that was read, and after that applies formula value read - (increment size-1).
Seems logic should either return value after update or don’t substract increment size, which is 50 by default…
Test that demonstrates issue