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javax.persistence.Basic

instance variable of any of the following types: Java primitive types, wrappers of the primitive ... . This is a hint and is disregarded for primitive types; it may be used in schema generation. If not
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javax.persistence.Id

javax.persistence Annotation Id Target: Fields (including property get methods) Specifies the primary key of an entity. The field or property to which the Id annotation is applied should be one of the following types: any Java primitive type; any primitive wrapper type; String; java.util.Date; java
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javax.persistence.criteria.Path

javax.persistence.criteria Interface Path<X> Superinterfaces: Expression<X>, Selection<X>, TupleElement<X> Subinterfaces: CollectionJoin, From, Join, ListJoin, MapJoin, PluralJoin, Root, SetJoin Represents a simple or compound attribute path from a bound type or collection, and is a "primitive
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javax.jdo.Query

, except that the passed parameters might need to be unwrapped to get their primitive values. The filter ... the Java language, except for these differences: Equality and ordering comparisons between primitives ... class. Valid field types are primitive types except boolean; wrapper types except Boolean
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setResultClass(cls)

(treating wrapper classes as equivalent to their unwrapped primitive types) or by matching ... of the result expression and is of the type (treating wrapper types equivalent to primitive types
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javax.jdo.spi.PersistenceCapable

of the primitive field type; the parameter is passed to the single field identity constructor
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setRestoreValues(restoreValues)

to transient. Additionally, fields of modified instances of primitive types and immutable reference
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setOrdering(ordering)

class. Valid field types are primitive types except boolean; wrapper types except Boolean; BigDecimal
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setFilter(filter)

, except for these differences: Equality and ordering comparisons between primitives and instances of wrapper classes
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javax.jdo.Transaction

instances of primitive types and immutable reference types are restored to their values as

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