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toBigDecimal(number)

Method javax.persistence.criteria.CriteriaBuilder Expression<BigDecimal> toBigDecimal( Expression<?> number ) Typecast. Returns same expression object. Parameters: number - numeric expression Returns: Expression<BigDecimal> Since: JPA 2.0
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javax.persistence.criteria.CriteriaBuilder

Returns: sum expression Since: JPA 2.0 Expression<BigDecimal> toBigDecimal( Expression<?> number ... : Expression<BigDecimal> Since: JPA 2.0 Expression<BigInteger> toBigInteger( Expression<?> number
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javax.persistence.Id

.sql.Date; java.math.BigDecimal; java.math.BigInteger. The mapped column for the primary key
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javax.persistence.AttributeOverride

PropertyInfo { Integer parcelNumber; Integer size; BigDecimal tax
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javax.persistence.Column

=12, scale=2) public BigDecimal getCost() { return cost; } Since: JPA 1.0 String columnDefinition
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javax.persistence.Basic

types, String, java.math.BigInteger, java.math.BigDecimal, java.util.Date, java.util.Calendar, java.sql
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setResultClass(cls)

, String, or Object[]; or one of the java.math classes BigInteger or BigDecimal; or the java.util
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setOrdering(ordering)

class. Valid field types are primitive types except boolean; wrapper types except Boolean; BigDecimal
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javax.jdo.FetchGroup

types as defined in section 6.4 of the specification, including String, Locale, Currency, BigDecimal
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FetchGroup.BASIC

Static Field javax.jdo.FetchGroup String BASIC For use with addCategory and removeCategory calls. This category includes members of all primitive and immutable object class types as defined in section 6.4 of the specification, including String, Locale, Currency, BigDecimal, and BigInteger; as

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