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ORDER BY problem, when String starts with language specific character

Dear all, I have a problem with ORDER BY clause. I have a simple query: select u from User u order by u.name When the name starts with "normal/english" character, records are ordered correctly ... an extension to JPQL and JDOQL) you can use the Normalizer expression directly in the query ORDER BY clause

Cannot sort descending, when ordering by caluculated float in a method

Hi, I have found an issue in ordering by a method. I have two entities : Invoice and InvoiceItem ... ...) select i from Invoice i order by i.getPrice() desc/asc it gives the same order for desc and asc ... = em.createQuery(             "SELECT i FROM Invoice i ORDER BY i.getPrice() DESC");         List

NULL prefered in ORDER BY?

Hi! Is there a way to NOT prefer NULL in Order BY? I.e. assume this: @Entity class Hint ... Test ORDER BY hint.name It orders ASC like this (assuming I've got three Test Entities whereas first ... supported. null values are smaller than any other value so they appear first in ordering

order by string with numbers

The sql that works is ORDER BY CAST(SUBSTR(username FROM 4) AS UNSIGNED) ASC Using JPQL SELECT u FROM Users u ORDER BY SUBSTRING(u.username,4)*1 ASC If you have other alternative for JPA ... Hi Anyone could help me I need to order a string for example user1, user2, ..., user1000 I found

Alias not used in ORDER BY

(builder.asc(upperPath)) I would have expected the alias to be used in the ORDER BY clause, something like SELECT $1, UPPER($1.someStringProperty) AS TEST FROM T ORDER BY TEST However what I actually get as query string is SELECT $1, UPPER($1.someStringProperty) AS TEST FROM T ORDER BY UPPER($1


javax.persistence.criteria Interface Order An object that defines an ordering over the query results. Since: JPA 2.0 Learn how to use JPA Criteria API's Order in Chapter 4 of the ObjectDB/JPA manual. Expression<?> getExpression() Return the expression that is used for ordering. Return


Method javax.persistence.criteria.Order Order reverse() Switch the ordering. Returns: a new Order instance with the reversed ordering Since: JPA 2.0


Method javax.persistence.criteria.Order boolean isAscending() Whether ascending ordering is in effect. Returns: boolean indicating whether ordering is ascending Since: JPA 2.0

[ODB1] Chapter 6 - Persistent Objects

that is required by JDO, ObjectDB manages another cache containing database pages, in order to improve ... , sophisticated queries. The results can also be sorted by specified order expressions. Chapter 7 ... When a new object is constructed by the new operator, it always starts as a transient object


javax.jdo.annotations Annotation Order Target: Fields (including property get methods) Annotation for the ordering component of an ordered container member, such as Java Collections Framework Array and List types and Java native array types. Corresponds to the xml element "order". Since: JDO 2.1

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