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From Thomas Fischer <fisc...@seitenbau.net>
Subject RE: Joins in torque
Date Thu, 19 Jan 2006 16:57:28 GMT




Hi,

There is no built-in support at the moment to get more than one level of
indrection read in at once.
As far as I can see, you have 3 1/2 possibilities:

1a) read the values one after another. Assuming you have defined foreign
keys (I'm not sure whether they should defined in T1 and T2 or in T12, on
this depends whether the doSelectJoinXXX methods are generated in T1Peer
and T2Peer or in T12Peer), do T1Peer.doSelectJoinT12(). For each T1Entry
you get, fetch the corresponding T12 Entry (this is already read from the
database) and then do T12.getT2s() (this will access the database each time
you fetch a T2 Entry).

1b) do the same as in a1, but omit the T12.getT2s() step. Instead, get all
T2-Ids from all T12 you read in, do T2Peer.doSelect() with a criteria where
all needed T2Ids are selected, and do the linking of the T2 objects to the
T12's manually.

2) look at the template code for generating the doSelectJoinXXX methods and
extend them for two levels of indirection.

3) A time ago, someone proposed a class which can read a whole tree of
objects at once. It can be found in scarab (somewhere around TRQS260). It
is rather reflection-centric and I do not have an idea whether it works
with Torque 3.2, but maybe that is what you want.

Personally, I use a modified method 1b). I would read all T1 I want, gather
the collection of T1 ids to read the associated T12's and link them
manually to the T1's. Then I'd use the T2 ids from there to read the T2's,
and link them manually to the T12's. This is rather fast (one select per
level of indirection, no object is transferred twice) and quite easy to
implement. You might have to override the initCollXXX() methods for the
used collections to make them public.

    Thomas


"Stephan Spiegel" <spiegel@szwo.de> schrieb am 19.01.2006 17:17:29:

> Hi, (in case this message is double please excuse me)
>
> I really do not understand what to do, I do not get the expected results!
>
> Let´s say I have 3 Tables: T1, T2 and T1_2
> T1:
> ID (integer pk)
> value (varchar)
> ...
>
> T2:
> ID (integer pk)
> value (varchar)
> ...
>
> T1_2:
> T1_ID (integer fk->T1)
> T2_ID (integer fk->T2)
>
> As a result, I would like to have a union table showing the values of T1
and
> T2
> in SQL this would be: select T1.value, T2.value from T1, T2, T1_2 where
> T1.ID = T1_2.T1_ID and T2.ID = T1_2.T2_ID
>
> if I get more than this (select * ...) would be fine as well.
>
> So, I have my classes but when I try to use them as written in Peers
HowTo
> (doSelectJoin...) or in Criteria HowTo (crit.addJoin(...)) I always get
only
> the values of the T1_2-table
>
> As a first step, I try just to get the first half (result should show:
> T1.value, T1_2.T2_ID)
> so it should correspond to:
> doSelectJoinT1(crit) in T1_2Peer
> or:
> crit.addJoin(T1.ID,T1_2.T1_ID,Criteria.LEFT_JOIN)
>
> as a result I just get the T1_2 values. I checked the
mailing-list-archives,
> I can´t find a helpful message. Where is my mistake? Could somebody tell
me
> exactly how to add this join?
>
> (I´m using torque-3.2, MySQL 5, defaultidMethod=native)
>
> thanks in advance, Stephan
>
>
>
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