Chapter 9. A Look at HQL


In this chapter:

  • Writing HQL Queries

  • Selecting Properties and Pieces

  • Sorting

  • Working with Aggregate Values

  • Writing Native SQL Queries

HQL queries have already been used a few times in previous chapters. It's worth spending a little time looking at how HQL differs from SQL and some of the useful things you can do with it. As with the rest of this notebook, our intention is to provide a useful introduction and some examples, not a comprehensive reference.

Hibernate. A Developer's Notebook
Hibernate: A Developers Notebook
ISBN: 0596006969
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 65
Authors: James Elliott © 2008-2017.
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