It would be great if there was some kind of jpql tester inside in cuba studio where you could run jpql query and see results of this query. It would be really helpful in case of big complex queries.
Just an idea
We are going to provide such tool as an application component that can be added to your application. Studio has no context of the application server, so it would be not exactly the same execution.
BTW now you have a rudimentary tool for running JPQL queries in an application: open JMX Console, find
app-core.cuba:type=PersistenceManager MBean and use its
Thank you for information. Are you going to implement sth. like Mario David’s diagnose? https://github.com/mariodavid/cuba-component-runtime-diagnose
Nice catch with PersistenceManager in JMX, works like a charm and exactly fulfil my needs, thank you for pointing this out
Yes, I hope it will be in the Mario’s add-on. See https://github.com/mariodavid/cuba-component-runtime-diagnose/pull/14