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javax.persistence.criteria.Subquery

: subquery join Since: JPA 2.0 SetJoin correlate( SetJoin parentSet) Create a subquery set join object correlated to a set join object of the enclosing query. Create a subquery set join object correlated to a set join object of the enclosing query. Parameters: parentSet - join object
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combined index not used

", "ObjectNode[set]"); This tells ObjectDB to prefer a query plan that uses the "ObjectNode[set ... [set]]] You can also automate the selection and add to your application code that tests the top 5 ... (ObjectProperty[set])),(v$3.name='scheduledSlot')))" eval="9.2895" group="group(a.endDate,v$1.nodePath,v$3
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Criteria Query From Elements

The interfaces in this group are in use for setting a criteria query FROM clause. Criteria Query Variables The FROM clause in JPA queries (as in SQL) defines the query variables. Query variables are represented in criteria queries by descendant interfaces of the From interface: Range variables
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Criteria Query Selection and Results

The JPA Criteria API interfaces in this group are in use for setting the SELECT and ORDER BY clauses and for representing query results as tuples. SELECT Clause Elements The content of the SELECT clause in a criteria query is represented by Selection: Because Selection is a super interface
Manual
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Database Transaction Replayer

on a different physical device by setting the path attribute in the configuration. The recording directory
Manual
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FROM clause (JPQL / Criteria API)

, NEW, NOT, NULL, NULLIF, OBJECT, OF, OR, ORDER, OUTER, POSITION, SELECT, SET, SIZE, SOME, SQRT
JDO Doc
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JDO Annotations for Classes

JDO supports two modes of persistable classes that can be set by the following annotations: Non persistable classes that should be enhanced (because of accessing persistent fields of other classes directly) can be marked with: The identity mode of persistence capable classes can be specified by using:
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JDO Annotations for Fields

The way a field of a persistable class is managed by JDO can be set by the following annotations and enum types:
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JPA Annotations for Classes

JPA defines three types of persistable classes which are set by the following annotations: Chapter 2 of the ObjectDB manual explains these annotations in detail. Entity and mapped super classes can be further configured by annotations that specify cache preferences and lifecycle event listener
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JPA Annotations for Fields

The way a field of a persistable class is managed by JPA can be set by the following annotations: Additional annotations (and enum) are designated for enum fields: Other additional annotations (and enum) are designated for date and calendar fields: Chapter 2 of the ObjectDB manual explains how to use all the above annotations.