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getDeclaredList(name, elementType)

Method javax.persistence.metamodel.ManagedType ListAttribute getDeclaredList(   String name,   Class elementType ) Return the List-valued attribute declared by the managed type ... and type is not declared in the managed type Since: JPA 2.0
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getDeclaredMap(name)

Method javax.persistence.metamodel.ManagedType MapAttribute getDeclaredMap(   String name ) Return the Map-valued attribute declared by the managed type that corresponds to the specified name ... of the given name Throws: IllegalArgumentException - if attribute of the given name is not declared in the managed type Since: JPA 2.0
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getDeclaredMap(name, keyType, valueType)

Method javax.persistence.metamodel.ManagedType MapAttribute getDeclaredMap(   String name,   Class keyType,   Class valueType ) Return the Map-valued attribute declared by the managed ... and value types Throws: IllegalArgumentException - if attribute of the given name and type is not declared in the managed type Since: JPA 2.0
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getDeclaredMap(name, keyType, valueType)

Method javax.persistence.metamodel.ManagedType MapAttribute getDeclaredMap(   String name,   Class keyType,   Class valueType ) Return the Map-valued attribute declared by the managed ... and value types Throws: IllegalArgumentException - if attribute of the given name and type is not declared in the managed type Since: JPA 2.0
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getDeclaredPluralAttributes()

Method javax.persistence.metamodel.ManagedType Set> getDeclaredPluralAttributes() Return all multi-valued attributes (Collection-, Set-, List-, and Map-valued attributes) declared by the managed type. Returns empty set if the managed type has no declared multi-valued
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getDeclaredSet(name)

Method javax.persistence.metamodel.ManagedType SetAttribute getDeclaredSet(   String name ) Return the Set-valued attribute declared by the managed type that corresponds to the specified name ... name Throws: IllegalArgumentException - if attribute of the given name is not declared in the managed type Since: JPA 2.0
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getDeclaredSet(name, elementType)

Method javax.persistence.metamodel.ManagedType SetAttribute getDeclaredSet(   String name,   Class elementType ) Return the Set-valued attribute declared by the managed type that corresponds ... and type is not declared in the managed type Since: JPA 2.0
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getDeclaredSingularAttribute(name)

Method javax.persistence.metamodel.ManagedType SingularAttribute getDeclaredSingularAttribute(   String name ) Return the single-valued attribute declared by the managed type that corresponds ... name is not declared in the managed type Since: JPA 2.0
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getDeclaredSingularAttribute(name, type)

Method javax.persistence.metamodel.ManagedType SingularAttribute getDeclaredSingularAttribute(   String name,   Class type ) Return the single-valued attribute declared by the managed type ... of the given name and type Throws: IllegalArgumentException - if attribute of the given name and type is not declared in the managed type Since: JPA 2.0
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getDeclaredSingularAttributes()

Method javax.persistence.metamodel.ManagedType Set> getDeclaredSingularAttributes() Return the single-valued attributes declared by the managed type. Returns empty set if the managed type has no declared single-valued attributes. Returns: declared single-valued attributes Since: JPA 2.0