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Can't read with native query a type of CHAR

 
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I'm working with mysql 5.1 / glassfish v2 .1 /EJB3/JDK6
I want from a nativequery read a field of CHAR(n) in a database, when I user varchar , it s works, but if i use char(n), I always get a Character instead of a String.

When i user native query to retrive data then I get a java.lang.Character instead of a String.



How can solve this. please help me if this can't i have to change whole database architecture. Therefore I should do this.
 
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seems native query treat char as Character.
solution1: use query.unwrap(SQLQuery.class)
solution2: simply cast the column to varchar, cast(LAE.legalAccessEntityCode as varchar(12))
 
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What JPA provider are you using? Sounds like a bug.
 
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