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Castor -- using GROUP BY to retrieve data from database

 
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Hi,

I am trying to get the count of columns present in database. I have column1, column2, column3, table is tableName in database and class1 is the class which maps to database.
To get the count of number of records in database, I use the query:

I want to use a query where I can directly use column and table name from database.


When I am running this using castor, I am getting error as "org.exolab.castor.jdo.oql.OQLSyntaxException: An incorrect token of type was found near , (found COMMA, but expected RIGHT_PAREN)
 
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