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I have to select two columns from a table.
The query looks like this.

I just need to get the values of a and b.
I used the following in hibernate.

List results=session.createSQLQuery("select a as value,b as key from table")
.addScalar("value",Hibernate.STRING)
.addScalar("key",Hibernate.STRING).list();

Remember that the above query gives 3 rows.

what is that i get in results after the query is executed?
It is not a list of lists.I figured out that myself.

Thanks in advance.
Shrimon.
 
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It should be a List of Object arrays.
 
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how do i downcast that?
 
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Hi,

You should cast to the pojo that you have defined for that table.
For example for employee table you would have defined getters and setters in pojo/javabean. you need to cast it to that type.

Hope it helps
 
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