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getJavaMember()

Method javax.persistence.metamodel.Attribute Member getJavaMember() Return the java.lang.reflect.Member for the represented attribute. Returns: corresponding java.lang.reflect.Member Since: JPA 2.0
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javax.jdo.annotations.Column

when part of a foreign key relation. Default value: "" Since: JDO 2.1 String targetMember Target member in the other class or interface for this column when part of a bidirectional relation. Target member in the other class or interface for this column when part of a bidirectional relation. Returns: the target member
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javax.jdo.annotations.Serialized

javax.jdo.annotations Annotation Serialized Target: Fields (including property get methods) Annotation on a member (field or property) to indicate that the member is stored serialized. Such a member cannot be queried using JDOQL. Corresponds to xml attribute "serialized" in "field" and "property
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removeMember(memberName)

Method javax.jdo.FetchGroup FetchGroup removeMember( String memberName ) Remove the member (field or property) from the set of members in this FetchGroup. Parameters: memberName - Returns: the FetchGroup Throws: JDOUserException - if the parameter is not a member of the persistent type
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getRecursionDepth(memberName)

Method javax.jdo.FetchGroup int getRecursionDepth( String memberName ) Get the recursion-depth for this member. Parameters: memberName - the name of the field or property Returns: the recursion-depth for this member Throws: JDOUserException - if the member is not in the FetchGroup Since: JDO 2.2
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getMembers()

Method javax.jdo.FetchGroup Set getMembers() Return an immutable Set of String containing the names of all members. The Set is a copy of the currently defined members and will not change based on subsequent changes to the membership in the FetchGroup. Returns: an immutable Set containing the names of all members in the FetchGroup Since: JDO 2.2
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FetchGroup.DEFAULT

. This category includes members defined in the default fetch group in xml or annotations. Redefining the default fetch group via the API does not affect the members defined by this category. Using this category also sets the fetch-depth for the members in the default fetch group. Since: JDO 2.2
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javax.jdo.annotations.Value

) should be indexed. Default value: "" Since: JDO 2.1 String mappedBy Name of a member in the key class where this value is stored. Name of a member in the key class where this value is stored. Returns: the name of a member in the key class where this value is stored Default value: "" Since: JDO 2.1
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javax.jdo.annotations.Key

.1 String mappedBy Name of a member in the value class where this key is stored. Name of a member in the value class where this key is stored. Returns: the name of a member in the value class
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removeMembers(memberNames)

Method javax.jdo.FetchGroup FetchGroup removeMembers( String... memberNames ) Remove the member (field or property) from the set of members in this FetchGroup. Duplicates in the parameter list ... Throws: JDOUserException - if any parameter is not a member of the persistent type JDOUserException - if the FetchGroup is unmodifiable Since: JDO 2.2

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