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javax.persistence.Transient

{ @Id int id; @Transient User currentUser; ... } Since: JPA 1.0 This annotation is a marker annotation (with no elements).
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javax.persistence.SecondaryTable

. (Optional) The schema of the table. Defaults to the default schema for user. Default value: "" Since: JPA
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JoinTable.schema

Annotation Element javax.persistence.JoinTable String schema (Optional) The schema of the table. Defaults to the default schema for user. Default value: "" Since: JPA 1.0
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javax.persistence.Table

schema for user. Default value: "" Since: JPA 1.0 UniqueConstraint[] uniqueConstraints (Optional) Unique
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javax.persistence.CollectionTable

, the default schema for the user is used. Default value: "" Since: JPA 2.0 UniqueConstraint
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multiselect(selectionList)

is CriteriaQuery for some user-defined class X (i.e., a criteria query object created by passing
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javax.persistence.TableGenerator

. Defaults to the default schema for user. Default value: "" Since: JPA 1.0 String table (Optional) Name
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setByteField(pc, field, currentValue, newValue)

Method javax.jdo.spi.StateManager void setByteField( PersistenceCapable pc, int field, byte currentValue, byte newValue ) Mark the field as modified by the user. Parameters: pc - the calling PersistenceCapable instance field - the field number currentValue - the current value of the field newValue - the proposed new value of the field Since: JDO 1.0
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setBooleanField(pc, field, currentValue, newValue)

Method javax.jdo.spi.StateManager void setBooleanField( PersistenceCapable pc, int field, boolean currentValue, boolean newValue ) Mark the field as modified by the user. Parameters: pc - the calling PersistenceCapable instance field - the field number currentValue - the current value of the field
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javax.jdo.spi.JDOImplHelper

javax.jdo.spi Class JDOImplHelper java.lang.Object javax.jdo.spi.JDOImplHelper This class is a helper class for JDO implementations. It contains methods to register metadata for persistence-capable classes and to perform common operations needed by implementations, not by end users

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