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isMember(elem, collection)

Method javax.persistence.criteria.CriteriaBuilder Predicate isMember( Expression<E> elem, Expression<C> collection ) Create a predicate that tests whether an element is a member of a collection. If the collection is empty, the predicate will be false. Parameters: elem - element expression
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isMember(elem, collection)

Method javax.persistence.criteria.CriteriaBuilder Predicate isMember( E elem, Expression<C> collection ) Create a predicate that tests whether an element is a member of a collection. If the collection is empty, the predicate will be false. Parameters: elem - element collection - expression Returns: is-member predicate Since: JPA 2.0
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isMember(elem, collection)

Method javax.persistence.criteria.CriteriaBuilder Predicate isMember( Expression<T> elem, Expression<T> collection ) Create a predicate that tests whether an element is a member of a collection. If the collection is empty, the predicate will be false. Parameters: elem - element expression
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isNotMember(elem, collection)

Method javax.persistence.criteria.CriteriaBuilder Predicate isNotMember( Expression<T> elem, Expression<T> collection ) Create a predicate that tests whether an element is not a member of a collection. If the collection is empty, the predicate will be true. Parameters: elem - element expression
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isNotMember(elem, collection)

Method javax.persistence.criteria.CriteriaBuilder Predicate isNotMember( E elem, Expression<C> collection ) Create a predicate that tests whether an element is not a member of a collection. If the collection is empty, the predicate will be true. Parameters: elem - element collection - expression Returns: is-not-member predicate Since: JPA 2.0
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isNull()

Method javax.persistence.criteria.Expression Predicate isNull() Create a predicate to test whether the expression is null. Returns: predicate testing whether the expression is null Since: JPA 2.0
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having(restrictions)

Method javax.persistence.criteria.AbstractQuery AbstractQuery<T> having( Predicate... restrictions ... restriction predicates. Replaces the previously having added restriction(s), if any. If no restrictions ... or more restriction predicates Returns: the modified query Since: JPA 2.0
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where(restrictions)

Method javax.persistence.criteria.AbstractQuery AbstractQuery<T> where( Predicate... restrictions ... restriction predicates. Replaces the previously added restriction(s), if any. If no restrictions ... more restriction predicates Returns: the modified query Since: JPA 2.0
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between(v, x, y)

Method javax.persistence.criteria.CriteriaBuilder Predicate between( Expression<?> v, Expression<?> x, Expression<?> y ) Create a predicate for testing whether the first argument is between the second and third arguments in value. Parameters: v - expression x - expression y - expression Returns: between predicate Since: JPA 2.0
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having(restrictions)

Method javax.persistence.criteria.Subquery Subquery<T> having( Predicate... restrictions ) Specify ... predicates. Replaces the previously added having restriction(s), if any. If no restrictions ... type of the corresponding AbstractQuery method. Parameters: restrictions - zero or more restriction predicates Returns: the modified subquery Since: JPA 2.0

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