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JDO Get the size of a List

Stephen Foster

Joined: Apr 23, 2009
Posts: 10
Hi All,

I'm relatively new to writing JDO queries and am unsure if this functionality is possible. Basically I have an object that contains a List object that I persist in a database (google app engine).


What I want to do is write a query that only retrieves results back where the size of the List is greater than 3. Is this remotely possible or have I missunderstood some of the capabilities of JDO queries.

I want to write something along the lines of:

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