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.createNamedQuery("Department.findByPK", Department.class); q.setParameter("id ... .setParameter("aid", this.departmentId.getAccountId()); q.setParameter("oid", this.departmentId ... =         em.createNamedQuery("Department.findByPK", Department.class); q.setParameter("id

Query results are not up to date for entities, not primitives

"      + " WHERE person.personID == :personID")   .setParameter(     "personCode",     personData       .getPersonCode())   .setParameter(     "personName",     personData       .getPersonName())   .setParameter(     "personEmail",     personData       .getPersonEmail())   .setParameter(     "personID

JPA JPQL WHERE clause for IN :variable not working if variable is a list of Enums

:     public enum MyEnumType { VALUE1, VALUE2, VALUE3, VALUE4 } and I call:     query.setParameter ... ) OR (enumField = :enumField2)" with:     query.setParameter("enumField1", MyEnumType.VALUE1);     query.setParameter("enumField2", MyEnumType.VALUE2); Then the matching objects are returned. I

JPA - ExceptionInInitializerError when creating EntityManager

(1); EmailSettings smtp, port, from; smtp = emailSettings.setParameter("name", "SMTP").getSingleResult(); port = emailSettings.setParameter("name", "Port").getSingleResult(); from = emailSettings.setParameter("name", "EMAILFROM").getSingleResult

"where in" query

.setParameter("names", Arrays.asList("a", "c"));         List resultList = query.getResultList ... .class); prezs.setParameter("ids", Arrays.asList(1,3)); results = prezs.getResultList(); (Prez ... .setParameter("ids", Arrays.asList(1L,3L));         List results = prezs.getResultList

Strange behaviour with ORDER BY and IN

Location l where l.id IN :ids order by l.id desc", Location.class)             .setParameter("ids ... )             .setParameter("towns", locations.stream().map(l -> l.getTown()).collect(Collectors.toList ... ", Location.class)             .setParameter("towns", locations.stream().map(l -> l.getTown

Error 363 - Failed to read value of inverse relationship

(p.playerName) = upper(:name)", Player.class); return query.setParameter("name", name ... .playerName) = upper(:name)", Player.class);             return query.setParameter("name", name ... ", Message.class); //            return query.setParameter("name", playerName).getResultList

Problem of query With an aggregate function

')"); listClassRepHost.setParameter("host",choix.getHost() ); listClassRepHost.setParameter("startDate", convert.convertDateTime(choix.getStartdate()) ); listClassRepHost.setParameter("endDate

Geospatial functions

",             Location.class);         List<Location> resultList = query             .setParameter("latitude", location.getLatitude())             .setParameter("longitude", location.getLongitude())             .setParameter("radius", radius)             .getResultList();         System.out.println

user defined backup file

: backupQuery.setParameter("targetfile", new java.io.File("/User/Backup/test.objectdb ... .setParameter("targetdir", new java.io.File("/User/Backup/")); wich should create a backupfile ... .setParameter("target", "/User");     backupQuery.setParameter("name", "Backup"); backupQuery

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ObjectDB is very easy to use. Follow the Getting Started Tutorial and the Quick Tour manual chapter and in minutes you may be able to write and run first Java programs against ObjectDB.

Prior knowledge or experience in database programming (SQL, JDBC, ORM, JPA, etc.) is not required, but some background in using the Java language is essential.

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