public class FindBusinessByTModelKeyQuery
- extends BusinessEntityQuery
Returns the list of business keys with services that have bindings that possess the tModels in the passed tModelBag.
Output is restricted by list of service keys passed in. If null, all services are searched.
Output is produced by building the appropriate JPA query based on input and find qualifiers.
"Every Web service instance exposed by a registered businessEntity is represented in UDDI by a bindingTemplate contained
within the businessEntity. Each bindingTemplate contains a collection of tModel references called its "technical fingerprint"
that specifies its type. The tModelBag argument is a collection of tModelKey elements specifying that the search results are
to be limited to businesses that expose Web services with technical fingerprints that match.
If a find_tModel argument is specified (see above), it is treated as an embedded inquiry. The tModelKeys returned as a result
of this embedded find_tModel argument are used as if they had been supplied in a tModelBag argument. Changing the order of the
keys in the collection or specifying the same tModelKey more than once does not change the behavior of the find.
By default, only bindingTemplates that contain all of the tModelKeys in the technical fingerprint match (logical AND). Specifying
appropriate findQualifiers can override this behavior so that bindingTemplates containing any of the specified tModelKeys match
- Jeff Faath
|Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
public static final String ENTITY_NAME_CHILD
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protected static String entityAliasChild
public static List<?> select(javax.persistence.EntityManager em,
public static void appendConditions(DynamicQuery qry,
public static void appendJoinTables(DynamicQuery qry,
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