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This is deprecated information!



Note: these techniques depend on deprecated technologies. Use at your own risk. - Mike Schrag
Hey, they don't even exist on Mac OS X 10.5.  It's dead, Jim. - Pascal Robert


  • NSArray; as defined in Foundation.h (Obj-C side).
  • NSArray; as defined in (Java side).
  • NSArray; as defined in (Java side).unmigrated-wiki-markup
  • A C array of objects (like id array\[\]).unmigrated-wiki-markup
  • A Java array of objects (like Object\[\]).

This is too much!!!! But life is life, and beter get used to them...


Once you have your woArray, you can use it as an argument in Enterprise Objects' calls.

Wiki MarkupI had not foud the way to call a Java method which has an Object\[\] array as argument. If someone reading this finds out, please let us know...

Building qualifiers

When working with EOF, there are several points when you will want to build a qualifier to perform a fetch. A qualifier is an instance of com.webobjects.eocontrol.EOQualifier. If your qualifier does not include any date, then it is as easy as