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hi experts,

     -I wanna perform a select task in toplink (an ORM framework of oracle) using ExpressionBuilder
              but i don't know how to write this sql statement in ExpressionBuilder syntax.  

  here is my sql syntax :
                                "select * from "Information" where ("LastName" || "MiddleName" || "FirstName") = 'MrJohnSmith' " 

 please help me how to write this

 thanks so much
 lubuPhan


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by:Ajay-Singh
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try this:



ExpressionBuilder builder = new ExpressionBuilder();
Expression expression = builder.get("LastName").equal("MrJohnSmith").or(builder.get("MiddleName").equal("MrJohnSmith")).or(builder.get("FirstName").equal("MrJohnSmith"));

Vector list = uow.readAllObjects(Information.class, expression);
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by:trkg
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oh sorry sir !  

my Table         Information                  

         column                    LastName        MiddleName      FirstName  
row1                                     Mr                    John              Smith
row2                                    Mrs                  Jonh              Smith


my sql syntax
        "select * from "Information" where ("LastName" || "MiddleName" || "FirstName") = 'MrJohnSmith' " 

and my result  is  row1

sry bc my english 's too bad....  

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by:Ajay-Singh
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In that case it would be


ExpressionBuilder builder = new ExpressionBuilder();
Expression expression = builder.get("LastName").equal("Mr").and(builder.get("MiddleName").equal("John")).and(builder.get("FirstName").equal("Smith"));

Vector list = uow.readAllObjects(Information.class, expression);
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by:trkg
ID: 17994770
ok , but i don't want to cut String MrJohnSmith  ,  i want to add 3 column  then equal that with String .

the same my sql.  i add 3 column   ("LastName" || "MiddleName" || "FirstName")   then  equal  with  "MrJohnSmith"

thanks sir very much about your answers.  
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Ajay-Singh earned 500 total points
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I believe both are same
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by:trkg
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yes , i know both are same result , but i NEED to that in my way .

thanks very much
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