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From "Jeff Butler" <jeffgbut...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: selectByExample
Date Mon, 10 Jul 2006 13:33:07 GMT
With the current version of Abator you do need to specify how the criterion
will be applied.  So your code should look like this:

UtilisateurExample criteria = new UtilisateurExample() ;
criteria.setMobile ("0600000000"),
criteria.setMobile_Indicator(UtilisateurExample.EXAMPLE_EQUALS);

Jeff Butler



On 7/10/06, jeremy jardin <jeremy.jardin@newtec.caisse-epargne.fr> wrote:
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>   Hi,
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> I'm trying to use Ibatis in my application.
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> I've also used Abator plugin to generate my javabeans and xml files.
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> Today, I'm writing a bean Manager, used to store/delete/update datas in
> database.
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> I want to write methods able to give list according to the beanExample.
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> When I look in debug Mode how it works, I don"t understand.
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> My junit test file just try to get a user from his phone number, and
> request answers the whole user list of my database.
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> I proceed like that :
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>         UtilisateurExample criteria = new UtilisateurExample() ;
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>         Criteria.setMobile ("0600000000"),
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>         ArrayList userList = new ArrayList() ;
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>         UtilisateurDAOImpl userDao = new UtilisateurDAOImpl() ;
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>         userDao.setSqlMapClient(sqlMap);
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>         try
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>         {
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>             list = (ArrayList)userDao.selectByExample(criteria);
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>         }
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>         catch (SQLException e)
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>         {}
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> that code give me the whole user list (that' s not true, no one user in my
> database has that phonenumber)
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> But if I precise :
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>             Criteria.setMobileIndicator(1) ;
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> It works well !!
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> I don't understand why should I set explicitly that mobileIndicator ???
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> Am using ibatis the good way ??
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> Thx !!
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