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package videoStore;

import com.is.jrf.AbstractDomain;
import com.is.jrf.CompoundPrimaryKeyColumnSpec;
import com.is.jrf.IntegerColumnSpec;
import com.is.jrf.JoinTable;
import com.is.jrf.PersistentObject;
import com.is.jrf.StringJoinColumn;
import com.is.jrf.TimestampColumnSpec;

import java.util.List;

public class RentalDomain
    extends AbstractDomain

   * This method includes an example of a deep join (i.e. where table A
   * joins with table B which joins with table C).  The flattening of the
   * table structure in this way can improve performance.
  protected void setup()
    JoinTable videoJoinTable = null;
    JoinTable genreJoinTable = null;
    JoinTable mediaJoinTable = null;


    // Column Specs
        new CompoundPrimaryKeyColumnSpec(
            new IntegerColumnSpec(
            new IntegerColumnSpec(
        new TimestampColumnSpec(

    // Join Rental with Customer
        videoJoinTable = new JoinTable(
            "Customer",     // table name and alias
            "CUSTOMER_ID",  // Rental (main table) column(s)
            "ID"));         // Customer (join table) column(s)
        new StringJoinColumn("Name CustomerName", "setCustomerName"));

    // Join Rental with Video
        videoJoinTable = new JoinTable(
            "Video",     // table name and alias
            "VIDEO_ID",  // Rental (main table) column(s)
            "ID"));      // Video (join table) columns(s)
        new StringJoinColumn("Title", "setVideoTitle"));

    // Join Video with Genre
        genreJoinTable = new JoinTable(
            "Genre",     // table name & alias
            "GENRE_ID",  // Video (main) table column(s)
            "ID"));      // Genre (join) table column(s)
        new StringJoinColumn("Name GenreName", // column name and alias
                             "setGenreName")); // setter method

    // Join Video with Media
        mediaJoinTable = new JoinTable(
            "Media",     // table name & alias
            "MEDIA_ID",  // Video (main) table column(s)
            "ID"));      // Media (join) table column(s)
        new StringJoinColumn("Name MediaName", // column name and alias
                             "setMediaName")); // setter method

    } // setup()

  public PersistentObject newPersistentObject()
    return new Rental();

   * Custom SQL for doing a specialized search.
   * @param s a value of type 'String'
   * @return a value of type 'List'
  public List findForCustomer(Customer c)
    return this.findWhere(
        this.getTableAlias() + ".Customer_Id = " + c.getId());