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Accessing complete set of named queries from entity class

 
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Good day!

In Listing.java (persistence class generated from database) my NamedQueries are as follows:



In my controllerServlet, I am only able to access find, findAll and findRange. I am unsure of how I should go about using the others? I read somewhere about declaring a new named query inside of the accountFacade, but I can't find the link!


I would like to do this:


Thanks
 
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The createNamedQuery method in the entity manager interface can be used to create and invoke the named query.
 
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