UPDATE Lesson e SET e.state = 'N' WHERE EXISTS (SELECT 1 FROM LessonOrder lso WHERE lso.lesson = e)
produces wrong SQL:
update LESSON set lsn_state='N' where exists (select 1 from LESSON_ORDER lessonorde1_ where lessonorde1_.lsn_id=lsn_id)
since in the database exists columns if the same name: LESSON.lsn_id and LESSON_ORDER.lsn_id. The problem is, that Hibernate omits the alias "e" in the SQL. When I make a little different query:
UPDATE Lesson e SET e.state = 'N' WHERE EXISTS (SELECT 1 FROM LessonOrder lso WHERE lso.lesson.id = e.id)
then the resulting SQL is right:
update LESSON set lsn_state='N' where exists (select 1 from LESSON_ORDER lessonorde1_ where lessonorde1_.lsn_id=LESSON.lsn_id)
However, I think the Hibernate should not omit the alias "e" in either case.
Hibernate 3.3.1 in JBoss AS 5.1.0, org.hibernate.dialect.HSQLDialect
, certainly. The issue is now re-opened, so you should be able to attach above.
Bug is reproduced by HQLTest.test() method.
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I know this is a duplicate but I can't find the other issue right now.