- You can only execute very simple queries,
- You cannot use any joins or nested attribute retrieval,
- All queries should be parsable at compile time. That means you cannot generate dynamic queries during your application run,
- Transactions are not possible,
- You can have only one persistence context,
- The GROUP BY clause is not supported...That's why a REAL JPA implementation is missing...
Maybe you should reach out to Errai and check if there were good reasons to have these restrictions. My feeling is that a "real jpa" implementation would result in too much overhead from a code size point of view as well as runtime overhead. If a real JPA implementation will cause the browser to hang every now and then if things get a bit more complicated then no one will use it. A browser that feels sluggish because of a library is a no-go.
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