I'm trying to use the following Java function from Scala 2.8RC3:
(it's from JPA 2.0 criteria query, javax.persistence.criteria.CriteriaQuery) CriteriaQuery<T> where(Predicate... restrictions); In Java, i would use the function like this (the only important line is the last one): CriteriaQuery<Person> cq = queryBuilder.createQuery(Person.class); Root<Person> person = cq.from(Person.class); Predicate condition = queryBuilder.equal(person.get(Person_.email), p.getEmail()); cq.where(condition); To use the function in Scala, i wrote the following code: val cq = queryBuilder.createQuery(classOf[Person]) val person:Root[Person] = cq.from(classOf[Person]) val condition:Predicate = queryBuilder.equal(person.get(Person_.email), p.getEmail) cq.where(condition) But this results in the following compile time exception: ambiguous reference to overloaded definition, both method where in trait CriteriaQuery of type (x$1: <repeated...> [javax.persistence.criteria.Predicate])javax.persistence.criteria.CriteriaQuery[model.Person] and method where in trait CriteriaQuery of type (x$1: javax.persistence.criteria.Expression[java.lang.Boolean])javax.persistence.criteria.CriteriaQuery[model.Person] match argument types (javax.persistence.criteria.Predicate) I already tried things like: cq.where(Array(condition)) But that results in overloaded method value where with alternatives: (<repeated...>[javax.persistence.criteria.Predicate])javax.persistence.criteria.CriteriaQuery[model.Person] <and> (javax.persistence.criteria.Expression[java.lang.Boolean]) javax.persistence.criteria.CriteriaQuery[model.Person] cannot be applied to (Array[javax.persistence.criteria.Predicate]) How can i solve this problem and achieve the same effect in my Scala snippet as in Java? Thanks in advance!!! Ingo 
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cq.where(condition: _*) ? Stefan 2010/6/11 Ingo Fischer <[hidden email]>: > I'm trying to use the following Java function from Scala 2.8RC3: > (it's from JPA 2.0 criteria query, javax.persistence.criteria.CriteriaQuery) > > CriteriaQuery<T> where(Predicate... restrictions); > > In Java, i would use the function like this (the only important line is the > last one): > CriteriaQuery<Person> cq = queryBuilder.createQuery(Person.class); > Root<Person> person = cq.from(Person.class); > Predicate condition = queryBuilder.equal(person.get(Person_.email), > p.getEmail()); > cq.where(condition); > > To use the function in Scala, i wrote the following code: > val cq = queryBuilder.createQuery(classOf[Person]) > val person:Root[Person] = cq.from(classOf[Person]) > val condition:Predicate = queryBuilder.equal(person.get(Person_.email), > p.getEmail) > cq.where(condition) > > But this results in the following compile time exception: > ambiguous reference to overloaded definition, both method where in trait > CriteriaQuery of type (x$1: <repeated...> > > [javax.persistence.criteria.Predicate])javax.persistence.criteria.CriteriaQuery[model.Person] > and method where in trait > CriteriaQuery of type (x$1: > javax.persistence.criteria.Expression[java.lang.Boolean])javax.persistence.criteria.CriteriaQuery[model.Person] > match argument > types (javax.persistence.criteria.Predicate) > > I already tried things like: > cq.where(Array(condition)) > > But that results in > overloaded method value where with alternatives: > (<repeated...>[javax.persistence.criteria.Predicate])javax.persistence.criteria.CriteriaQuery[model.Person] > <and> > (javax.persistence.criteria.Expression[java.lang.Boolean]) > javax.persistence.criteria.CriteriaQuery[model.Person] cannot be applied > to (Array[javax.persistence.criteria.Predicate]) > > How can i solve this problem and achieve the same effect in my Scala snippet > as in Java? > > Thanks in advance!!! > Ingo > 
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Just to be complete, here are the two functions (i forgot to mention
both in my first mail) which are ambiguous in Scala and not in Java CriteriaQuery<T> where(Predicate... restrictions); CriteriaQuery<T> where(Expression<Boolean> restriction); Am 11.06.2010 09:28, schrieb Francois Armand: > Le 11/06/2010 02:27, Ingo Fischer a écrit : > >> How can i solve this problem and achieve the same effect in my Scala >> snippet as in Java? >> >> > If you want to pass an array or a collection as a repeated argument, you > have to annotated it with :_* > > So, you could try: > > cq.where(Array(condition):_*) > ugly, but it actually works, thanks! > > That seems to come really often in the mailing list... > > > For the problem you have with direct call (condition not wrapped in an > array), I don't know why the two methods are not ambiguous in Java. > (I suppose that Predicate is a subclass of > javax.persistence.criteria.Expression[java.lang.Boolean] ?) > That's true, Predicate is actually a subclass of "javax.persistence.criteria.Expression[java.lang.Boolean]" > Perhaps somebody more type resolution aware could teach us ? > > Yea i also would like to know that... 
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Stefan Langer4, you are my hero. ;)

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