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InternalError on multiple AND and JOIN Query

Hi, Using objectdb 2.2.8_06. Running the following query: SELECT DISTINCT $1 FROM CDI $1 JOIN $1.contactDetails $2 JOIN $2.addresses $3 JOIN $3.attributeList $4 JOIN $2.phoneNumbers $5 JOIN $5.attributeList $6 WHERE ((($4.name='suburb') AND ($4.valueAsString='Los Angeles')) AND (($6.name='areacode

"Problem" with cross join

At first, this is my first JPA Projekt - and the code should work with Hibernate and JPA, using the specifc DAOs. Following query string returns no result using ObjectDB - using Hibernate, or EclipseLink this query works fine. select distinct c from CI c, CIstring s where c.name like :SSTR or (c.id

In version 2.5.2_05 does not work greatest by Date

In earlier versions this query worked fine. In version 2.5.2_05 does not work .orderBy(cb.desc(cb.greatest(root.get("createDate").as(Date.class)))).distinct(true) Thank you for your help. galandor Orlov Sergey Please try build 2.5.2_06 that should fix this regression (of casting to Date). support Support

Feature Request: Subclassed PersistenceException for Type Not Found in DB Schema

DISTINCT(summary.store) from AbstractClientSummary summary WHERE summary.chain == :chain"; TypedQuery

ObjectDB 2.3.7

and issue #634). Fixed a bug in using JPQL operations (e.g. UPPER) in DISTINCT results. Fixed an exception

Multiple MEMBER OF query

been tested): SELECT DISTINCT item FROM Item item JOIN item.labels label1 JOIN item.labels label2

Internal Exception

.HND.run(HND.java:132) [objectdb-2.4.4_05.jar:] ... 1 more With this query: SELECT COUNT(DISTINCT

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