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Published: Jun 14 2013 / 10:45

A brief discussion of Named and dynamic queries in JPA2. Pros and cons of using each and when to use which approach.
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MCII replied ago:

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- "Named parameters" are the way to go because they mean prepared statements. I cannot imagine anyone using "concatination" to create queries.

 - @NamedQuery need to be wholly written as Entity annotation - ugly.

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