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Thread: DetachedCriteria

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    Default DetachedCriteria

    from user u, company c where c.name = u.name

    how can do the same thing using DetachedCriteria, I did it using HQL. but thats not what I wanted ?

    thnx in advance

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    Default Re: DetachedCriteria

    If name is a String then you should write:
    c.name.equals(u.name);
    instead.

    Since I have no idea what DetachedCriteria is I have no idea what you are asking.
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    Default Re: DetachedCriteria

    I presume this is a Hibernate question, so moved to JDBC forum. That being said, given the context (or lackthereof) most would have no clue what you are talking about. Recommend you elaborate a lot more if you want help. Or, if this truly a Hibernate question, ask at the source with the necessary information. Oh wait...you already did (but with the same lack of information)

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