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Using SQL date() function in HQL Select

 
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Hello guys

I am running into a problem using Hibernate, basically I need to translate the follow SQL (to HQL)



to HQL (which i am doing as follows)




Now this gives me the following exception



but if I run the same HQL without the sql date() function in the select clause the HQL gives no exception but thats not the result I want.


Now the reason I am using the date() function is that my date column is database table is of type "timestamp" which means the format is like "dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm:ss".



Now what I have to do in my query is to group by the date part i.e. (dd/mm/yyyy) and the status.

Any idea how can i achieve this using HQL ?




What I am using is

-Hibernate 3.2.2ga
-EnterpriseDB
-JDK 1.5




Thank you.










 
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Got it working. Used instead of date().


Problem solved
 
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