this is actually a limitation of some databases which return alias all uppercase instead of using the casing you actually specified.


I have had a fix for it for a while by introducing a LenientPropertyAccessor to allow this to work for the case of autodiscovery.

until then use .addScalar(..) to workaround it.
/max


On Feb 16, 2007, at 6:29 PM, Horan, Jeff wrote:

Then it works. So it is not following Java accessor standards of mixed case method names.

FAQ. Go to the forum next time.
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