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How to Insert values through HQL Insert :-(

 
Vijay Bhaskar
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HI Everybody,
Can any one of you help me,How to insert values in HQL Insert
Here i am providing sample code...and i am hard coding the values and insert the values in the table.Can anyone please change my code
so tht i can insert the values through HQL Insert(Provide the HQL in my code)




Thanks & Regards,
Bhaskar

[Edited to use code tags - Paul Sturrock ]
[ June 19, 2007: Message edited by: Paul Sturrock ]
 
Paul Sturrock
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Why do you want to do this using HQL? What happens when you run the code you posted above?
 
Vijay Bhaskar
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My task is to insert the data through HibernateQueryLanguage thats why i requested for you people to help me.Can you please do that for me
 
Paul Sturrock
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OK. Well the reason I ask why you want to do it in HQL, is because HQL only supports insert from another table, so:

would be how you do it.

Looking at your code above however there is no other table to select from.
 
Mark Spritzler
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Originally posted by Vijay Bhaskar:
My task is to insert the data through HibernateQueryLanguage thats why i requested for you people to help me.Can you please do that for me


Please keep it nice. If read in the tone I think it is read it is being a bit bossy and not nice.

It also sounds to me if you have a task like this then it isn't a job related task, because the original code would be the way to do it, using the save() or persist() method. It sounds like a classroom or job interview task, which we don't give answers away for those.

Mark
 
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