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 Post subject: Maping generic SQL to POJO in hibernate
PostPosted: Fri Mar 04, 2005 5:29 pm 

Joined: Mon Feb 07, 2005 3:46 pm
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Hibernate version:2.1.7

Mapping documents:
<class name="com.gnet.gds.query.category.impl.CategorySearchResultImpl">

<cache usage="read-only"/>

<key-property name="ProgramType" column="program_type" type="string"/>
<key-property name="programId" column="program_id" type="integer"/>
<key-property name="title" column="program_title" type="string"/>
<key-property name="TVRating" column="tv_rating" type="integer"/>
<key-property name="MPAARating" column="mpaa_rating" type="integer"/>
<key-property name="category" column="category" type="integer"/>
<key-property name="sourceId" column="source_id" type="integer"/>
<key-property name="startTime" column="start_time" type="integer"/>
<key-property name="assetId" column="asset_id" type="string"/>
<key-property name="duration" column="duration" type="string"/>

Code between sessionFactory.openSession() and session.close():

Full stack trace of any exception that occurs:

Name and version of the database you are using:Oracle 10g

The generated SQL (show_sql=true):

Debug level Hibernate log excerpt:

Documentation seems a little thin - task, map a generic sql result set into a pojo using hibernate. The query:

select 'LINEAR' as program_type,
min(p.program_id) as program_id,
ps.long_title as program_title,
min(sch.source_id) as source_id,
min(sch.start_time) as start_time,
null as asset_id,
TO_CHAR(min(sch.duration)) as duration
from program p,
program_string ps,
schedule sch,
service ser
where p.payload_id = :payload_id
and p.CATEGORY = :category_id
and p.payload_id = ser.payload_id
and p.program_id = sch.program_id
and p.program_id = ps.program_id
and ser.HARDWARE_ADDRESS = :hardware_address
and ser.hardware_address = sch.hardware_address
and ser.hardware_address = p.hardware_address
and sch.payload_id = ser.payload_id
and sch.source_id = ser.source_id
and sch.start_time >= :start_time

group by ps.long_title,

I got the arguments in there, and this query (when he arguments are coded to something real) runs in say SQL+ for oracle, but I can not get it to run in Hibernate using the session.createSQLQuery() call.


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