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Hibernate query string issue

Yves Langisch
Hi,

I have a class with a database list property which should give the  
possibility to make a relation to another document. To achieve this I  
put following hibernate query string to the property definition:

select obj.name from BaseObject as obj where  
obj.className='MyApp.MyClass'

Now when I create a new object I can edit all other fields except the  
one with the database list. Is there any problem with my hibernate  
query? Btw, I found the query string in the Demo.RelationalFormDemo  
class on the xwiki site. Additional question: what it the BaseObject  
table? Is it changing depending on the context?

Thanks
Yves



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Re: Hibernate query string issue

Yves Langisch
Anyone an idea??

On Sep 20, 2005, at 11:35 PM, Yves Langisch wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I have a class with a database list property which should give the  
> possibility to make a relation to another document. To achieve this  
> I put following hibernate query string to the property definition:
>
> select obj.name from BaseObject as obj where  
> obj.className='MyApp.MyClass'
>
> Now when I create a new object I can edit all other fields except  
> the one with the database list. Is there any problem with my  
> hibernate query? Btw, I found the query string in the  
> Demo.RelationalFormDemo class on the xwiki site. Additional  
> question: what it the BaseObject table? Is it changing depending on  
> the context?
>
> Thanks
> Yves
>
>
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Re: Hibernate query string issue

Ludovic Dubost

Hi Yves,

The query looks ok.. Now the result might depend on what you actually
have in your database.
Do you have any pages with objects of type MyApp.MyClass ?

What exactly is the result you get in you form ?

Ludovic

Yves Langisch wrote:

> Anyone an idea??
>
> On Sep 20, 2005, at 11:35 PM, Yves Langisch wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I have a class with a database list property which should give the
>> possibility to make a relation to another document. To achieve this I
>> put following hibernate query string to the property definition:
>>
>> select obj.name from BaseObject as obj where
>> obj.className='MyApp.MyClass'
>>
>> Now when I create a new object I can edit all other fields except the
>> one with the database list. Is there any problem with my hibernate
>> query? Btw, I found the query string in the Demo.RelationalFormDemo
>> class on the xwiki site. Additional question: what it the BaseObject
>> table? Is it changing depending on the context?
>>
>> Thanks
>> Yves
>>
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Re: Hibernate query string issue

Yves Langisch
Ludovic,

I tried it again and now it seems to work. Unfortunately I don't know  
what I missed the first time ;-)

Thanks
Yves

On 22.09.2005, at 20:02, Ludovic Dubost wrote:

>
> Hi Yves,
>
> The query looks ok.. Now the result might depend on what you  
> actually have in your database.
> Do you have any pages with objects of type MyApp.MyClass ?
>
> What exactly is the result you get in you form ?
>
> Ludovic
>
> Yves Langisch wrote:
>
>> Anyone an idea??
>>
>> On Sep 20, 2005, at 11:35 PM, Yves Langisch wrote:
>>
>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I have a class with a database list property which should give  
>>> the possibility to make a relation to another document. To  
>>> achieve this I put following hibernate query string to the  
>>> property definition:
>>>
>>> select obj.name from BaseObject as obj where  
>>> obj.className='MyApp.MyClass'
>>>
>>> Now when I create a new object I can edit all other fields except  
>>> the one with the database list. Is there any problem with my  
>>> hibernate query? Btw, I found the query string in the  
>>> Demo.RelationalFormDemo class on the xwiki site. Additional  
>>> question: what it the BaseObject table? Is it changing depending  
>>> on the context?
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>> Yves
>>>
>>>
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