Issue regarding spring jpa framework


I use a spring Jpa framework...
I have a query which get  inserted into  a table,  my question is which  spring jpa query builder i should use  to support this kind of queries..


insert into @table
convert(varchar,cc.cptCode) + ' x' + convert(varchar,count(1)) + ', ' as [text()]
from tblTestMenu tm (NOLOCK)
left join tblTestRequisition tr (NOLOCK) on tm.testMenuId = tr.testMenuId
left join tblRequisitionType rt (NOLOCK) on tr.reqTypeId = rt.reqTypeId
left join tblBillingTest bt (NOLOCK) on bt.testMenuId = tm.testMenuId
left join tblBillingComponent bc (NOLOCK) on bc.billingTestId = bt.billingTestId
left join tblTestComponent tc (NOLOCK) on tc.componentId = bc.componentId
left join tblCPTPrice cp (NOLOCK) on tc.cptPriceId = cp.cptPriceId
left join tblCPTCode cc (NOLOCK) on cc.cptCodeId = cp.cptCodeId
where panelTestCode is not null
group by bt.panelTestCode, cc.cptCode
order by 1,2
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roy_sanudeveloperAuthor Commented:
i was going some of the stuff  like @query or @namedQuery or @nativequery for the above query framework ....Getting confused which builder i should use.. can some body clarify it...

I think for something like this I would use the entity manager directly to execute the insert:

Jim CakalicSenior Developer/ArchitectCommented:
If you're annotating your entity class then use @NamedQuery when writing JPQL and use @NamedNativeQuery when writing SQL. The @Query annotation is from Spring Data and it's used on Spring JPARepository interfaces and can be used for both JPQL and SQL but it is not a JPA defined annotation.


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