DEBUG [SequenceGenerator] Sequence identifier generated: 1025
DEBUG [AbstractBatcher] about to close PreparedStatement (open PreparedStatements: 1, globally: 1)
DEBUG [ConnectionManager] aggressively releasing JDBC connection
DEBUG [ConnectionManager] releasing JDBC connection [ (open PreparedStatements: 0, globally: 0) (open ResultSets: 0, globally: 0)]
DEBUG [AbstractSaveEventListener] generated identifier: 1025, using strategy: org.hibernate.id.SequenceGenerator
DEBUG [AbstractSaveEventListener] generated identifier: 1025, using strategy: org.hibernate.id.ForeignGenerator
DEBUG [AbstractFlushingEventListener] processing flush-time cascades
DEBUG [AbstractEntityManagerImpl] mark transaction for rollback

It’s a one-to-one foreign key generated by a DB2 sequence to persist multiple entities in one transaction. It seems to be created and assigned to the two entities mapped to each other but I have no clue why the JPA/Hibernate transaction decides it’s a no go as all the required fields are assigned in the objects being persisted. I’ve been working on this Seam Framework wizard for a week and this is an example of roadblocks in the dozens that have taken me to varying edges of sanity when it comes to troubleshooting this project.

I can only take solace in knowing once these niggles are straightened out, the rest of the system will be easy to implement. But the technological learning curve and unseen issues derived from requirement complexities make me believe Seam is a terrible framework solution. Absolutely terrible.

Update July 2: This error was occurring because a RunTimeException was thrown in the Hibernate library which wasn’t displaying in the server’s log or on the JBoss stack trace because the entrance method was invoked using EL. Wrapping my persist() call with a try {} containing a generic Exception catch revealed it was a constraint violation occurring on a value set as a Hibernate TrueFalseType (char(1) with ‘T’ or ‘F’ values) when it should’ve been a YesNoType (char(1) with ‘Y’ or ‘N’ values).