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Java 8 time API

Java 8 time API
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JPA Persistable Types [2019-08-10]

only once even if they are referenced multiple times. Referencing instances of other persistable types from multiple ... .Time, java.sql.Timestamp. Date and time types are discussed in more detail in the next paragraph. Date and Time (Temporal) Types The java.sql date and time classes represent different parts of dates
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JPA Persistable Types [2019-08-10]

only once even if they are referenced multiple times. Referencing instances of other persistable types from multiple ... .Time, java.sql.Timestamp. Date and time types are discussed in more detail in the next paragraph. Date and Time (Temporal) Types The java.sql date and time classes represent different parts of dates
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JPA Persistable Types

only once even if they are referenced multiple times. Referencing instances of other persistable types from multiple ... .Time, java.sql.Timestamp. Date and time types are discussed in more detail in the next paragraph. Date and Time (Temporal) Types The java.sql date and time classes represent different parts of dates
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JPA Persistable Types [2016-08-06]

only once even if they are referenced multiple times. Referencing instances of other persistable types from multiple ... .Time, java.sql.Timestamp. Date and time types are discussed in more detail in the next paragraph. Date and Time (Temporal) Types The java.sql date and time classes represent different parts of dates
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JPA Persistable Types [2019-08-03]

only once even if they are referenced multiple times. Referencing instances of other persistable types from multiple ... .Time, java.sql.Timestamp. Date and time types are discussed in more detail in the next paragraph. Date and Time (Temporal) Types The java.sql date and time classes represent different parts of dates
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Query Parameters in JPA [2018-10-20]

with different parameter values to retrieve different results. Running the same query multiple times ... for more details. Parameters vs. Literals Following is a third version of the same method. This time ... in order to specify what they represent, such as a pure date, a pure time or a combination of date
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Query Parameters in JPA [2011-04-01]

with different parameter values to retrieve different results. Running the same query multiple times ... for more details. Parameters vs. Literals Following is a third version of the same method. This time ... in order to specify what they represent, such as a pure date, a pure time or a combination of date
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Query Parameters in JPA

with different parameter values to retrieve different results. Running the same query multiple times ... method. This time without parameters: public Country getCountryByName(EntityManager em, String name ... , a pure time or a combination of date and time, as explained in detail in the Date and Time (Temporal
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Literals in JPQL and Criteria Queries [2011-09-20]

are more generic and efficient because they can be compiled once and then run many times with different parameter ... equivalent. Date and Time Literals JPQL follows the syntax of SQL and JDBC for date literals: Date - {d 'yyyy-mm-dd'} - for example: {d '2010-12-31'} Time - {t 'hh:mm:ss'} - for example: {t '23:59:59