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From Greg Monroe <Greg.Mon...@dukece.com>
Subject RE: CountHelper and criteria.clone()
Date Wed, 07 Jul 2010 13:51:19 GMT
The Criteria clone method comes from its Hashtable superclass.  The problem 
is probably because Hashtable is doing a shallow copy and the underlying 
objects are the same. FWIW, there is a JIRA wish list item for this to be 
redone as a deep copy.  But this probably will be a 4.0 item.

In general, it's best to create or .clear() Criteria objects for each 
action.  This is usually not a big coding / overhead issue. 

However, if you have complex queries that are done frequently, you can
look at using the Criteria.Criterion subclass to create a reusable 
query definition.  See the Using Criterion... section in the docs at:


FYI - I have to put a plug in for the SummaryHelper class that is in the 3.x 
CVS Head but not in a release yet.  It can be used instead of the CountHelper
class and has a lot more functionality. Here's the Javadoc in the 4.0 test
site (same as in the 3.3. tree). 


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Luca Ciocci [mailto:l.ciocci@askweb.it]
> Sent: Tuesday, July 06, 2010 11:52 AM
> To: torque-user@db.apache.org
> Subject: CountHelper and criteria.clone()
> Hello,
>  I discover the CountHelper object and I think that could be very
> usefull, but I have seen that it modify the original criteria object
> adding a select count(*) to the query.
> So my question is: exist a way to real copy the criteria object before
> use the CountHelper (or exists another trick?)
> A simple code like this not work:
> List list=new LinkedList();
> Criteria criteria=new Criteria();
> criteria.add(MyTablePeer.MyColumn,'MyValue'); //Adding a simple column
> Criteria criteriacount=(Criteria)criteria.clone(); //Important
> CountHelper counthelper=new CountHelper(criteriacount);
> int recordcount=counthelper.count();
> if (recordcount<1000) {
> 	list=MyTablePeer.doSelect(criteria);
> 	//This instruction fail and throw DataSetException
> }
> Thanks in advance.
> Luca
> --
> Ing. Luca Ciocci
> ASK srl
> tel 059 271417
> fax 059 3683560
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