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EJB-QL input parameters CANNOT be used in LIKE expression.

 
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input parameters CANNOT be used in LIKE expression.



What the heck? So, I cannot do something like:

 
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Lynette Dawson,

No, We can use LIKE expression.

And the example you have given is correct. you can look page 419 of HFEJB for some examples.

Thanks,
Ugender
 
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Originally posted by Ugender Rekulampally:
Lynette Dawson,

No, We can use LIKE expression.

And the example you have given is correct. you can look page 419 of HFEJB for some examples.



Sorry man,

The example doesn't specify that it accepts input parameters. Someone needs to clarify that.

Thanks,
Chandu
 
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Chandra,
Yes, you are right. I was thinking Lynette was asking 'LIKE' can be used or not. So I haven't read the question well all along then.

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Lynette,

you can try:
SELECT a FROM Address AS a WHERE a.address_1 like '?1'

and put the '%' in the String you use as the first parameter, e.g.
"%church%"

Herman
 
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you can try:
SELECT a FROM Address AS a WHERE a.address_1 like '?1'


according to http://java.boot.by/bcd-guide/ch09s03.html, that is not allowed.
 
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hi Lynette,

You're right, it's also not allowed according to the specs:
(11.2.7.4)
Input parameters can only be used in comparison_expressions or
collection_member_expressions, as defined in Section 11.4, �EJB QL BNF�.

Herman
 
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