|Re: [eclipselink-users] Conditional LEFT JOIN in JPQL|
Hi Bernard, Vidas,The best way to get this feature to the top of our implementation list is to vote for it. One of the main criteria we use when determining which features to implement next is the number of distinct votes.
I have updated the bug with some information about how to define a query that retrieves multiple items.
If you want to dynamically define a QueryKey, I believe it should work at the moment. You will have to use a small amount in internal API. Here is some pseudo code for the basic steps.
ServerSession session = (ServerSession)JpaHelper.getServerSession(myEntityManagerFactory)
ClassDescriptor descriptor = session.getDescriptor(MyEntity.class); descriptor.addQueryKey(myQueryKey); myQueryKey.initialize(descriptor);The changes that allow JPQL queries to use query keys will be in our 2.1 release. They appear in our nightly builds starting with last night's build.
-Tom Vidas Timukas wrote:
Hi, Bernard,Know nothing about EL API, but, according to Tom's example, might it be possible to define queryKey on the fly with User.getId() as ConstantExpression and destroy it after query execution. Maybe Tom can suggest something about this. Another question, which rises, how to retrieve both objects in result list, like List<Product, Favourite>, because ReadAllQuery(Product.class) from given example seems to return only list of Products. And last question for Tom: As you said, there is some work to support queryKeys in JPQL. Can you tell us, in which version of EL it will be supported:? For example:SELECT p, f FROM Product p join p.favouritepk f2010/5/11 <bht@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:bht@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>> Hello Vidas, I created a testcase and Tom responded to it: https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=312146 Can you believe that even with the current EclipseLink version, using the proprietary EclipseLink API, it is not possible to write a query with a conditional join where the condition comes from a parameter value? This is the simplest case I have been able to suggest. So no userId parameter for the query :(. It looks like I have to wait for some time (months?, a year?) before this is implemented, even before the spec is changed. Would you have any comment? Please vote for this. Best regards, Bernard _______________________________________________ eclipselink-users mailing list eclipselink-users@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:eclipselink-users@xxxxxxxxxxx> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/eclipselink-users -- Sincerely, Vidas ------------------------------------------------------------------------ _______________________________________________ eclipselink-users mailing list eclipselink-users@xxxxxxxxxxx https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/eclipselink-users
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