public class AliasToEntityMapResultTransformer extends AliasedTupleSubsetResultTransformer
ResultTransformerimplementation which builds a map for each "row", made up of each aliased value where the alias is the map key. Since this transformer is stateless, all instances would be considered equal. So for optimization purposes we limit it to a single, singleton
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When a tuple is transformed, is the result a single element of the tuple?
Tuples are the elements making up each "row" of the query result.
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
public static final AliasToEntityMapResultTransformer INSTANCE
public boolean isTransformedValueATupleElement(String aliases, int tupleLength)
aliases- - the aliases that correspond to the tuple
tupleLength- - the number of elements in the tuple
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