On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 6:23 PM, Michael Powell <mwpowell...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> I've got a situation where I have a "Log" or "Journal" object, that
> may ReferencesAny host model, for Journaling purposes.
> Data is saving okay to the database, it seems, however, the return
> trip to re-hydrate the same logs does not work, and the list of logs
> contains a BIG FAT ZERO.

I found the problem. The host model did not have the necessary HasMany.

> Is there something special I need to do in order to realize a
> successful hydration?
> There are no errors, as far as I can tell, so at least as far as
> ISession is concerned, the proxies and such are fine.
> This is speculation on my part, could it that proxies are involved,
> instead of the actual Meta types? For instance, I've seen that in
> other places, where "domain level" polymorphism, casting from base
> class, etc, is a problem when proxies are involved.
> It does not do much good for me to save the journals only not to be
> able to re-load them.
> Regards,
> Michael Powell

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