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left join in JPA namedquery

 
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Hi,
Im trying to include "left Join" in the query below its errors out

this query works
" select j from Job j, IN (j.contactsList) cnts where cnts.job.id = j.id and req.job.id = j.id and j.creatorUID = :creatorId order by j.id desc "

what Im trying is to left join the above query with another table

" select j from Job j, IN (j.contactsList) cnts , LEFT JOIN (j.paramValuesList) pval where cnts.job.id = j.id and req.job.id = j.id and j.creatorUID = :creatorId order by j.id desc "


Job class has the following relation to paramValuesList
@OneToMany(mappedBy = "job", cascade={CascadeType.ALL})
private List<ParamValues> paramValuesList;

Is it possible to have both IN and LEFT JOIN in the same query ? I was looking at various examples i found online, if someone can correct me the syntax it will be great.

thanks,

- rajeev



 
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