A "compiled" version of a
Defines a query that can serve as a template for other queries.
A hierarchical visitor interface for traversing a tree of PrefetchTreeNodes.
Defines minimal API of a query descriptor that is executable via Cayenne.
Provides a common interface for accessing query metadata.
An interface used by Queries to route themselves to an appropriate QueryEngine.
Defines API for query execution strategy over JDBC connection (as in Strategy Pattern).
A factory interface to create standard SQLActions for a set of standard queries.
A common superclass of Cayenne queries.
BatchQuery and its descendants allow to group similar data for the batch database modifications, including inserts, updates and deletes.
Batched delete query.
An EJBQL query representation in Cayenne.
A convenience superclass of the queries that resolve into some other queries during the routing phase.
Batched INSERT query.
A query that is a reference to a named parameterized query stored in the mapping.
A query that matches zero or one object or data row corresponding to the ObjectId.
Defines object sorting criteria, used either for in-memory sorting of object lists or as a specification for building ORDER BY clause of a SelectQuery query.
A SelectQuery to perform a prefetch based on another query.
Defines a node in a prefetch tree.
A query based on Procedure.
An abstract superclass of queries with Expression qualifiers.
A Query decorator for a collection of other queries.
A query that allows to explicitly clear both object and list caches either via refetch (eager refresh) or invalidate (lazy refresh).
A query that selects objects related to a given object via a mapped relationship.
A query that selects persistent objects of a certain type or "raw data" (aka DataRows).
A query that executes unchanged (except for template preprocessing) "raw" SQL specified by the user.
Batched UPDATE query.
Defines forced capitalization of the result column names in the DataRow.
Defines query result caching policy.
Constants to order query results (the ORDER BY clause).
Cayenne can "execute" any object as a query as long as it implements Query interface and provides meaningful implementation of either Query.route(...) and/or Query.createSQLAction(SQLActionVisitor)} methods. So users can extend/customize queries if they need to. Custom implementations would normally either create a query from a standard Cayenne set and delegate the execution to it (acting as a sort of "query builder"), or can implement its own non-standard SQLAction.
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