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JCR SQL2 query: binding of ISDESCENDANTNODE param


By : Yash
Date : October 18 2020, 06:10 AM
around this issue As far as I can tell by reading the JSR-283 spec path in ISDESCENDANTOF does not allow variable bindings. The same grammar is described in the Jackrabbit documentation which includes pretty readable railroad diagrams.
You're right that it's an extremely bad practice in SQL to directly concatenate queries with user input. However, contrary to SQL, JCR-SQL2 does not allow you to perform updates in the content repository. You need to explicitly use the JCR API to do so once you've obtained a result set containing nodes. It is, therefore, a bit safer that way. On the other hand, you could still inject a query that is extremely bad performance-wise.
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Querying case-insensitive paths with SQL2 ISDESCENDANTNODE in CQ5


By : Yu-Liang
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you According to the JCR spec, 2 paths are equal when:
They contain the same number of segments. Each segment in P1 is equal to the segment at the same position in P2.

Name for parameter binding must not be null or empty! For named parameters you need to use @Param for query method param


By : php noob
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps This has been posted before but my issue is a little different. This is the JPQL query in question: , Instead of using : po.id = :id just use ?1....
code :
@Query("SELECT NEW com.htd.domain.ShopOrder(po.id, po.po_number, "
             + "po.due_date, po_part.id, po_part.part_quantity, "
            + "part.id, part.part_number, part.part_description, "
            + "part.plasma_hrs_per_part, part.grind_hrs_per_part, "
            + "part.mill_hrs_per_part, part.brakepress_hrs_per_part) "
            + "FROM Po po "
            + "LEFT JOIN po.partList po_part "
            + "LEFT JOIN po_part.part part "
            + "LEFT JOIN po_part.part where po.id = ?1")
    List<ShopOrder> getShopOrder(Long id);

JCR-SQL2 Query Subnodes


By : ancsaw
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. I guess it doesn't work because p.date is not direct property of the given node type. I assume it'd work if you change it to mgnl:contentNode.
Also give this a shot:

JCR SQL2 query comparing dates


By : Marzuki Zuki
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you The best way to use dates in a query is to use CAST to force the conversion of a string representation of a date/time into a DATE value used by JCR.
Unfortunately, in your example you're looking for a date that occurs within a particular year. There's no way in JCR to extract the year as an integer, so the only standard way I know of is to check whether the actual date occurs within a range defined by the first the first and last microsecond of the year:

Java: Enum case insensitive Jersey Query Param Binding


By : Roy Ward
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue If you're doing it right it shouldn't be a problem. For example in case 3, using a fromString
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