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Not able to update records

= query.setParameter("value", userCredential.getRegisteredEmailD()).executeUpdate(); And called method ... (userCredential, sessionID)); int updateCount = query.setParameter("value", userCredential

Eager Fetch is not stable for collection or map types?

.setParameter("id", id).getResultList();     if(result.size() > 0) {       Game g = result.get(0 ... Game k where k.id=:id", Game.class); List<Game> result = query.setParameter("id", id

Getting sales quantity per country with a query, an idea anyone?

.getPaidTimeD() " + "BETWEEN :fromD AND :toD " + "GROUP BY ord.getCountry() "); q2.setParameter("fromD", from.getTime()); q2.setParameter("toD", to.getTime()); List<Object[]> res = q2.getResultList

Order in WHERE Clause affects behaviour on DATE/DATETIME columns

:query OR m.myText LIKE :query"); q.setParameter("query", "%myQuery%"); I ... :query"); q.setParameter("query", "%myQuery%"); I don't get any error! The order of the WHERE clauses

Problem with Criteria Querys

.createQuery(q);   query.setParameter(p1, 100.0);   query.setParameter(p2, 150.0);   List resultList

Get multiple entities by Id

= em.createQuery("SELECT e FROM MyEntity e WHERE e.id IN :id");         query1.setParameter("id ... ");         query2.setParameter("id",idsToRequest);         List resultList2 = query2.getResultList

Object as parameter results in exception

= getEntityManager().createQuery(c);   q.setParameter(idParam, primaryKey);   q.setParameter

Bulk update of embedded entities in linked list

" + "where a.uid = :uid") .setParameter("value", 100.0) .setParameter("uid", 12345) .executeUpdate

unclear syntax for update query

"); int updateCount = query.setParameter(p, 100000).executeUpdate(); or with no identification variable ... / 10 " +       "WHERE population < :p");   int updateCount = query.setParameter(p, 100000

java 8 LocalDateTime is not working in query

ORDER BY t.date"); query.setParameter("startDate", LocalDateTime.now()); query.setParameter

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