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Dereferenced table columns
Applies to ✅ Open Source Edition ✅ Express Edition ✅ Professional Edition ✅ Enterprise Edition
org.jooq.Table instance that is constructed in a way to know its own columns can be used to dereference those columns. Examples include:
- Generated tables know their generated table columns
- Derived tables
- Table valued functions, including built-in ones, such as e.g. unnested arrays or GENERATE_SERIES
All of these table expressions, as well as some others, extend the
org.jooq.Fields type, which allows for all of these field accessing types, like
org.jooq.Table but also
org.jooq.Record and others to share field accessing logic.
// Get fields from AUTHOR dynamically, without type safety: Field<?> id = AUTHOR.field("ID"); Field<?> firstName = AUTHOR.field("FIRST_NAME");
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