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How to pass a list in query for a list field of entity.

a where a.SocialMedias in (:so)"); qry.setParameter("so", soList); List<Agent> ents = qry

fetch by enum

I have Entity named Fruits with a column Type which is a enum. I want to fetch the based on Type Eg. Query qry= em.createQuery("Select f from Fruits f where f.Type =: t "); qry.setParameter("t",Type.Sweet); But it return a null result list. Manoj Manoj Kumar Maharana It should work. Please provide

Query with FETCH JOIN returns multiple results instead of one.

") .setParameter("demand", demand).getResultList(); I want this query to find one and only Demand object

Should derived fields of an EmbeddedId be manually maintained by app code?

.setParameter("container", this); q.setFlushMode(FlushModeType.AUTO); try { long l = (Long) q

Object comparation never matches

)                 .setParameter("principal", authentication.getPrincipal()).getSingleResult(); According

JBOSS AS7 7.1.1 - Entity not persisted and createNamedQuery fire exception

.createNamedQuery( "Guest.findByName", Guest.class )     .setParameter( "name", name.toLowerCase

Restrict by class in query

I have the following bit of code: public List<Folder> findFolderByName(String folderName) { TypedQuery<Folder> byNameQuery = this.entityManager.createQuery("SELECT f FROM Entry f WHERE f.name=:name", Folder.class); return byNameQuery.setParameter("name", folderName).getResultList(); } I

Feature Request: Subclassed PersistenceException for Type Not Found in DB Schema

<Integer> query = manager.createQuery(queryString, Integer.class); query.setParameter("chain", Integer

Wrong type on SUM function

Hello, I have a problem when I run this aggregation query: Query q = em.createQuery(         "SELECT cc.totalCC.moneda, SUM(cc.totalCC.importe) FROM ComprobanteContable cc " +         "WHERE cc.cuenta=:cuenta GROUP BY cc.totalCC.moneda"); List<Object[]> resultList = q.setParameter("cuenta

JPQL support for mapped by (inverse) collections

", A.class)             .setParameter("list", new ArrayList(list1)).getResultList

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