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javax.persistence.MapKeyJoinColumns

javax.persistence Annotation MapKeyJoinColumns Target: Fields (including property get methods) Supports composite map keys that reference entities. The MapKeyJoinColumns annotation groups MapKeyJoinColumn annotations. When the MapKeyJoinColumns annotation is used, both the name
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javax.persistence.OrderBy

(".") notation is used to refer to an attribute within an embedded attribute. The value of each identifier
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javax.persistence.OrderColumn

on the side of the relationship that references the collection that is to be ordered. The order column is not
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javax.persistence.PersistenceUtil

of an entity. This method can be used to determine the load state of an entity passed as a reference
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javax.persistence.SecondaryTable

. If no primary key join columns are specified, the join columns are assumed to reference the primary key columns
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jdoMakeDirty(fieldName)

Method javax.jdo.spi.PersistenceCapable void jdoMakeDirty(   String fieldName ) Explicitly mark this instance and this field dirty. Normally, PersistenceCapable classes are able to detect changes made to their fields. However, if a reference to an array is given to a method outside the class
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JoinTable.inverseJoinColumns

Annotation Element javax.persistence.JoinTable JoinColumn[] inverseJoinColumns (Optional) The foreign key columns of the join table which reference the primary table of the entity that does not own the association. (I.e. the inverse side of the association). Uses the same defaults as for JoinColumn. Default value: {} Since: JPA 1.0
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JoinTable.joinColumns

Annotation Element javax.persistence.JoinTable JoinColumn[] joinColumns (Optional) The foreign key columns of the join table which reference the primary table of the entity owning the association. (I.e. the owning side of the association). Uses the same defaults as for JoinColumn. Default value: {} Since: JPA 1.0
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makeDirty(pc, fieldName)

Static Method javax.jdo.JDOHelper void makeDirty(   Object pc,   String fieldName ) Explicitly mark the parameter instance and field dirty. Normally, PersistenceCapable classes are able to detect changes made to their fields. However, if a reference to an array is given to a method outside
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makeDirty(pc, fieldName)

Method javax.jdo.spi.StateInterrogation boolean makeDirty(   Object pc,   String fieldName ) Explicitly mark the parameter instance and field dirty. Normally, PersistenceCapable classes are able to detect changes made to their fields. However, if a reference to an array is given to a method outside