I'm not sure if this is the same thing that this thread is talking about
But I'll explain my problem. In the database I have a table let's say invoice and invoicedetail
InvoiceDetail has a foreign key to Invoice called InvoiceID. Since I don't want any orphan InvoiceDetail the InvoiceID field is not nullable in the database.
Devforce is creating the the key as an int and adds
The problem I get is that since the field is an int the default value is 0. Then when I go to validate the entity it passes without any validation errors. I'm assuming this is because the RequiredValueVerifier is only looking for a null. Is there a way that I can tell devforce to treat the 0 as if it were a null? I could write my own verifier and then set up a metadata class to do my own validation but then I would have to do that for every foreign key in my database.