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Explorer in 2.3

to do ad-hoc JPQL queries and navigate through the results and even make small changes to primitive ... about this would be that you could set a value other than a String or primitive. Right now you can only edit text or primitives (and I noticed you have a Date editor too). But suppose I want to set
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Basic.optional

Annotation Element javax.persistence.Basic boolean optional (Optional) Defines whether the value of the field or property may be null. This is a hint and is disregarded for primitive types; it may be used in schema generation. If not specified, defaults to true. Default value: true Since: JPA 1.0
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javax.jdo.FetchGroup

and removeCategory calls. This category includes members of all primitive and immutable object class
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executeWithArray(parameters)

, except that the passed parameters might need to be unwrapped to get their primitive values. The filter, import
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javax.jdo.spi.JDOImplHelper

the wrapper class of the primitive field type; the parameter is passed to the single field identity
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jdoNewObjectIdInstance(o)

: Number or Character: the parameter must be the single field type or the wrapper class of the primitive
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newObjectIdInstance(pcClass, obj)

the wrapper class of the primitive field type; the parameter is passed to the single field identity
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javax.jdo.PersistenceManagerFactory

of primitive types and immutable reference types are restored to their values as of the beginning
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setRestoreValues(restoreValues)

Method javax.jdo.Transaction void setRestoreValues( boolean restoreValues ) If true, at rollback, fields of newly persistent instances are restored to their values as of the beginning of the transaction, and the instances revert to transient. Additionally, fields of modified instances of primitive
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FetchGroup.BASIC

Static Field javax.jdo.FetchGroup String BASIC For use with addCategory and removeCategory calls. This category includes members of all primitive and immutable object class types as defined in section 6.4 of the specification, including String, Locale, Currency, BigDecimal, and BigInteger; as

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