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NULL prefered in ORDER BY?

Hi! Is there a way to NOT prefer NULL in Order BY? I.e. assume this: @Entity class Hint {     private String name; } @Entity class Test {     private Hint hint; } I've got a few Test entries, some do have a hint assigned, some do not (NULL). Now when I do something like SELECT FROM

queries under 2.7.6_4 significantly slower than under 2.7.6

a workaround you can use a query hint to request a specific preferred query as discussed in issue #2379. However, during the work on this issue it was found that the new query plan hint feature ... a hint) to use a query plan with a specific index. It should be executed much faster

queries more than 10 times slower using 2.8.1 versus 2.7.6

Support the query hint does not help, measures: version 2.8.1 query: select distinct o from ObjectNode o ... , how can we proceed ? hgzwicker Hans-Georg Zwicker As explained in answer #9 the hint ... post #6 that we haven't analysed, and therefore cannot suggest the particular recommended hint


Annotation Element javax.persistence.QueryHint String value Value of the hint. Since: JPA 1.0


Annotation Element javax.persistence.QueryHint String name Name of the hint. Since: JPA 1.0


is a hint to the persistence provider runtime. Default value: javax.persistence.FetchType.EAGER Since: JPA 1.0


fetched. The LAZY strategy is a hint to the persistence provider runtime. Default value: javax


on the persistence provider runtime that the associated entity must be eagerly fetched. The LAZY strategy is a hint


. Since: JDO 2.0 void allocate(int additional) Provides a hint to the implementation that the application will need additional sequence value objects in short order. Provides a hint


Method javax.jdo.Query void compile() Verify the elements of the query and provide a hint to the query to prepare and optimize an execution plan. Since: JDO 1.0

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