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JPA - Hibernate - query.getResultList() returns 3 null values.

 
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I am new to JPA and developing my 1st JPA application with using MySQL DB and hibernate as persistence provider.

I created a Table with 3 rows.
When i am using JDBC approach, i am getting all the results correctly

But, when i use JPA mechanism, the query.getResultList() returns 3 null values.

I didn't understand where i did a mistake
Please help in resolving the issue -

Code/Schema details -
Schema details -




Code using JDBC approach - Test_Connection.java


Output -



Now JPA appraoch codes -
persistence.xml


Entity class - JPA_Class.java


Reading data code - read.java


Out of JPA logic when exected-
 
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This got resolved -

i missed the mapping of id/prymary key with column name in Entity class.
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