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DATACOUCH-307 - Support for findDistinctBy. #162

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commented Mar 12, 2018

This is to support syntax like this:

public interface UserRepository extends CouchbaseRepository<User, String> {
List findDistinctBy();

List findDistinctByUsernameContains(String contains);
}

interface AgesOnly {
int getAge();
}

public class User {
@id
private final String key;

private final String username;

private final int age;

// ... etc
}

The above will find all unique ages.

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DATACOUCH-307 - Support for findDistinctBy.
This is to support syntax like this:

public interface UserRepository extends CouchbaseRepository<User, String> {
  List<AgesOnly> findDistinctBy();

  List<AgesOnly> findDistinctByUsernameContains(String contains);
}

interface AgesOnly {
  int getAge();
}

public class User {
  @id
  private final String key;

  private final String username;

  private final int age;

  // ... etc
}

The above will find all unique ages.
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commented Jun 28, 2019

Closing for now, per @programmatix. If anyone asks for this, we can always reopen and go from there.

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