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SQL-Query not returning specified Object

 
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Hi all,

I am using Hibernate 3.1 with SQL Server 2005,the problem i am facing is this.I have written a SQL-Query within my hbm file for returning a specified Object, that query is a complicated sub-query involving 3 tables.

first of all i am new to Hiberbate so i dont know how to convert the same query into HQL.

My SQL query is as below:-



The hbm files are as given below:-



Account.hbm



can anyone help me out why my query is not returning Mailbox object(s)and how to write the query in HQL format ?

thanks in advance
saikiran
 
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Just quickly looking at the sql-query, in the mapping you don't tell Hibernate what kind of object it is supposed to return, so how is Hibernate going to guess? So Hibernate will be returning a list of Object arrays. so List<Object[]>.

Here are some ways to get Hibernate to return an List of your objects rather than a list of Objects arrays

sess.createSQLQuery("SELECT ID, NAME, BIRTHDATE FROM CATS").addEntity(Cat.class);

And in your case to tell Hibernate what types of Objects you want you can do something like this from the Hibernate documentation

 
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Hi Mark,

I am sorry for posting the question multiple times.That question has got similar problem like that of mine, thats why i posted it there also.

Thank you for your reply and i will try this piece of code in my program.

Saikiran
 
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Hi,

i got the desired object by adding the return tag...Thank you for your valuable advice.


thanks all

saikiran
 
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