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From Brandon Goodin <brandon.goo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: SQL Map problem when map keyed on attribute not in object
Date Tue, 08 Feb 2005 19:53:03 GMT
why don't you simply create another resultMap or set resultClass to HashMap?

Brandon


On Tue, 8 Feb 2005 10:52:26 -0800 (PST), Michael Klaene
<mklaene@yahoo.com> wrote:
> I have 2 tables, user and role, and an associate table user_role which, as
> you would expect contains user_role_id,user_id, and role_id keys.  I want to
> read the following query into a map of userRole objects that will be keyed
> on role name (from the Role object): 
>   
>   <statement id="getUserRoleMap" resultMap="user-role-result">
>     SELECT role.name, user_role.user_role_id,user_role.user_id,
> user_role.role_id, user_role.default_role,
> user_role.status,user_role.created_on,user_role.created_by,
> user_role.updated_on, user_role.updated_by 
>       FROM role, user_role
>       WHERE user_role.user_id = #value#
>       AND user_role.role_id = role.role_id
>   </statement> 
>   
> And I'm currently trying to do this using the following result map, which
> mirrors the userRole object: 
>   
>   <resultMap id="user-role-result" class="org.jsurveys.domain.UserRole">
>     <result property="id" column="user_role_id" columnIndex="2"/>
>     <result property="userId" column="user_id" columnIndex="3"/>
>     <result property="roleId" column="role_id" columnIndex="4"/>
>     <result property="defaultRole" column="default_role" columnIndex="5"/>
>     <result property="status" column="status" columnIndex="6"/>
>     <result property="createdOn" column="created_on" columnIndex="7"/>
>     <result property="createdBy" column="created_by" columnIndex="8"/>
>     <result property="updatedOn" column="updated_on" columnIndex="9"/>
>     <result property="updatedBy" column="updated_by" columnIndex="10"/>
>   </resultMap> 
>   
> Obviously it doesn't work as name is not an attribute of userRole and I'd
> rather not add it to the object for just this task.  Is there another way I
> might accomplish this via a SQL Map (ie without extra Java code to build the
> map after the sql map call)? 
>   
> Thanks, 
> Mike 
>  
> 
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