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Query Method NullPointerException on List iteration

.java:166) ~[tomcat-embed-core-9.0.35.jar:9.0.35] at org.springframework.web.filter ... ] at org.springframework.web.filter.OncePerRequestFilter.doFilter(OncePerRequestFilter.java:119 ... -embed-core-9.0.35.jar:9.0.35] at org.springframework.web.filter.FormContentFilter
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Exception on creation when running multithreaded

> <filterPlan plan="filter(extract($$owner,type(Relationship[all])),($$owner.party=:1))" eval="3.4426" var="1" prm="1" reg="1" filter="($$owner.party=:1)"> <extractPlan plan="extract($$owner ... > [2011-08-09 01:51:47 #39 query.compiler] <finalPlans> <filterPlan plan="filter(extract($$owner
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Issue with UPPER ?

] Retrieve fields in IndividualCommunicationInfo ($6) instances. [Step 8c] Filter the results ... ] Filter the results of step 9b retaining only results that satisfy:   not(and(($2.austritt<=current ... . [Step 8a3d] Filter the results of step 8a3c retaining only results that satisfy:   like(toUpper($4
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deletePersistentAll()

Method javax.jdo.Query long deletePersistentAll() Deletes all the instances of the candidate class that pass the filter. Returns the number of instances of the candidate class that were deleted, specifically not including the number of dependent and embedded instances. Dirty instances of affected
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deletePersistentAll(parameters)

Method javax.jdo.Query long deletePersistentAll( Map parameters ) Deletes all the instances of the candidate class that pass the filter. Parameters: parameters - for the query Returns: the number of instances of the candidate class that were deleted Since: JDO 2.0 See Also: deletePersistentAll()
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setRange(fromInclToExcl)

, :to");. The execution of the query is modified to return only a subset of results. If the filter would normally return
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declareVariables(variables)

Method javax.jdo.Query void declareVariables( String variables ) Declare the unbound variables to be used in the query. Variables might be used in the filter, and these variables must be declared with their type. The unbound variable declaration is a String containing one or more unbound variable
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setRange(fromIncl, toExcl)

Method javax.jdo.Query void setRange( long fromIncl, long toExcl ) Set the range of results to return. The execution of the query is modified to return only a subset of results. If the filter would normally return 100 instances, and fromIncl is set to 50, and toExcl is set to 70, then the first 50
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setClass(cls)

Method javax.jdo.Query void setClass( Class cls ) Set the class of the candidate instances of the query. The class specifies the class of the candidates of the query. Elements of the candidate collection that are of the specified class are filtered before being put into the result Collection
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deletePersistentAll(parameters)

Method javax.jdo.Query long deletePersistentAll( Object... parameters ) Deletes all the instances of the candidate class that pass the filter. Parameters: parameters - for the query Returns: the number of instances of the candidate class that were deleted Since: JDO 2.0 See Also: deletePersistentAll()

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