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Select Clause Returning CMR Field

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HFEJB P406, in the box it says: You can't use dot notation to return a CMR field e.g.

SELECT m.director FROM...

is invalid if 'director' is CMR field.

But, I went thru Richard Monson-Haefel's EJB book P237 where there is an example like this:

SELECT c.creditCard.creditCompany.address FROM Customer As c

'creditCard', 'creditCompany' and 'address' are all related CMR fields.

And the book says we can put CMR field in SELECT clause if it returns a single type.

So who is correct?
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You have already started a topic with this question, why not resurrect it instead of creating a new one?

I'm closing this thread. You can continue this discussion at:

Thank you for your comprehension
[ July 09, 2004: Message edited by: Valentin Crettaz ]
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