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Hi,
In JPA Pro 2nd edition, figure 9-1, it says Fetch is a child interface of Path. But I don't think so.
As I check on the API, Fetch's parent interface is FetchParent. Fetch does not extend any other interfaces.

Please refer to the following attached diagram from the book.


Reference:
https://docs.oracle.com/javaee/7/api/javax/persistence/criteria/Fetch.html
Fetch.JPG
[Thumbnail for Fetch.JPG]
Fetch does not extend Path
 
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