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String Contains Query Result - Possible?

; } Is there a more optimal way to do this? DragonRulerX Jared Hinze You can use JPQL Locate: SELECT

Multi selection and distinct in a criteria query

supported neither in JPQL nor in criteria queries. But does it make sense? Results with identical

ORDER BY problem, when String starts with language specific character

an extension to JPQL and JDOQL) you can use the Normalizer expression directly in the query ORDER BY clause

how explorer queries work

is what's incorrect. explorer executes a user's JPQL query and it certainly doesn't have my object

CriteriaQuery .where() for multiple conditions

, it looks fine. You may also check the result query string (JPQL) by toString() on the criteria query. support Support

Modifier operations

You can use a JPQL update query to increase a field value without fetching it:     Query query = em

How to use JOIN FETCH?

The ObjectDB manual (https://www.objectdb.com/java/jpa/query/jpql/from) gives an example of using JOIN FETCH to avoid excessive round trips to the database: SELECT c FROM Country c JOIN FETCH c.capital I've tried a few variants of the following example, and haven't been able to get this to work

Query fails with numerical values > 2^31

. https://www.objectdb.com/java/jpa/query/jpql/delete#Selective_Deletion_) ? Thanks for your quick

JPA query of a Set of terms

.class); query.setParameter("terms", terms); but it is not standard JPQL

[Explorer] Editing Database Files

JPQL query, and then browse/edit the results. This would be incredibly useful. Thanks. FastModel Ben

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