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FROM clause (JPQL / Criteria API)

over all the Country objects in the database: SELECT c FROM Country AS c The AS keyword is optional, and the same query can also be written as follows: SELECT c FROM Country c By default, the name ... returns all the pairs of countries that share a common border: SELECT c1, c2 FROM Country c1, Country c2
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ORDER BY clause (JPQL / Criteria API)

is at least one million people, ordered by the country name: SELECT c.name FROM Country c WHERE c.population > 1000000 ... clause produces objects for examination and the WHERE clause selects which objects to collect as results. Then the SELECT clause builds the results by evaluating the result expressions. Finally the results
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Issue with DISTINCT Select

It is getting more and more frustrating :( We've introduced distinct select instead of regular selection in our code (no changes else) and suddenly receive invalid identifiers in queries exceptions ... identifier (namely, $1) multiple times for different selections in the same query
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ClassCastException on SELECT NEW ... after UPDATE over Java RMI

internally runs SELECT NEW ... queries. For example: SELECT NEW com.arunta.base.db.FileNameDTO(r.id, r.fileName) FROM RecordingMetaData AS r WHERE ... A remote RMI client runs SELECT (but not SELECT ... is that once we UPDATE a record from the client (via the RMI interface), all SELECT NEW ... queries
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WHERE clause (JPQL / Criteria API)

The WHERE clause adds filtering capabilities to the FROM-SELECT structure. It is essential in any JPQL query that retrieves selective objects from the database. Out of the four optional clauses ... , which is represented by the parameter p: SELECT c FROM Country c WHERE c.population > :p The FROM clause
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Multi selection and distinct in a criteria query

hi, How can I realize multi selection with the criteria api concerning distinct? I.e. doing something like SELECT DISTINCT $1, $2 wouldn't work because I do only have something like criteria.multiselect(...) and nothing like builder.distinct(selection) so that I could do something like criteria
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Is there any faster select method?

SELECT: TypedQuery query = em.createQuery(     "SELECT p FROM Point p WHERE p.id ... ); ** the Point class is of the tutorial. I found the above select method is ten times slower ... . Is there any faster method of select? TIA Entity objects can be retrieved by their primary key (object
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selecting objects that have a particular key/value in persistant HashMap

a JPA query that selects such objects?  Something like the following (but clearly does not work) :  SELECT p FROM Person p where p.pMap['location']='California' Any thoughts?  Thanks, -Adam   Please try the following query: SELECT p FROM Person p WHERE p.pMap.get('location') = 'California
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Wrong select results

Hello, I got a realy strange SELECT problem. In explorer query "select p  from Player p where p.confirmed==false", given me some results with p.confirmed==TRUE. And when I try to do (see image) "select p, p.confirmed  from Player p where p.confirmed==false", I getting p->confirmed->true and p
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A nested SELECT

Hello. I have a query UPDATE Look l SET l.partlySold = FALSE WHERE (SELECT count(a) FROM l.things a WHERE a.thing.status != :status) <= 1 which doesn't work: "Unexpected query token 'SELECT'". Does ObjectDB support queries like this? Thanks. Nested queries (issue #11) is currently not supported