In the previous issue of Javajazzup you learned about Hibernate Query
Language and its different kind of clauses. Lets quickly focus on the
overview of HQL.
Introduction to Hibernate Query Language Hibernate Query Language or HQL
for short is extremely powerful query language. HQL is much like SQL
and are case-insensitive, except for the names of the Java Classes and
properties. HQL has its own object-oriented query language and supports
native SQL. It automatically generates the sql
and executes it against underlying database.
The interface org.hibernate.Criteria is used to create the
criterion for the search. It is a simplified API for retrieving
entities by composing Criterion objects. This is a very convenient
approach for functionality like ?search? screens where there is
a number of conditions or fields to be placed upon the result set.
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