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Hi Chaps,
I have been using a query in Mysql ..



This won't work on planet Hibernate it complains about the operators in the Sum function. Any ideas on an HQL version of the query ?
Thanks




 
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Hi Mike,

I am not sure what t2 refers to, but if you are still stuck on this you can use session's createSQLQuery function to query the database within a SQL function.

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Francois Nadeau wrote:Hi Mike,

I am not sure what t2 refers to, but if you are still stuck on this you can use session's createSQLQuery function to query the database within a SQL function.

Cheers.



aha, t2 should've been t . Thanks. I've worked round it now using SQL functions.
 
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