// Query EntryQuery entryQ = new EntryQuery(); // Author UserAuthorCriterion authorC = new UserAuthorCriterion(); authorC.User = new UserCriterion(); authorC.User. authorC.User.ID = new IntegerCriterion(); authorC.User.ID.Value = dqcUser.Id; entryQ.Author = authorC; // Given user's guestbook BlogCriterion blogC = new BlogCriterion(); blogC.ID = new IntegerCriterion(); blogC.ID.Value = dqcUser.Guestbook.Id; entryQ.Blog = blogC; // Add OR group CriteriaGroup orGroup = new CriteriaGroup(); orGroup.AddCriterion(LogicalOperator.Or, authorC); orGroup.AddCriterion(LogicalOperator.Or, blogC); entryQ.AddCriteriaGroup(orGroup); // Get result EntryCollection scEntryCollection = BlogHandler.GetQueryResult(entryQ, page, pageSize, out totalItems);
I get an exception with this message
Incorrect syntax near '('. Incorrect syntax near 'entry0_'.
I used the SQL Server Profiler to look at the actual SQL, then replaced the parameters @p0 and @p1 with the values from the profiler. Running this query directly of course gave the same error, but I got it to execute if I added an "AND" in the code.
SELECT TOP 2147483647 ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY CURRENT_TIMESTAMP) as __hibernate_row_nr__, COUNT(*) OVER() AS __hibernate_total_rows_nr__, entry0_.intID as intID15_, entry0_.intBlogID as intBlogID15_, entry0_.strTitle as strTitle15_, entry0_.strContent as strContent15_, entry0_.strSenderIP as strSende5_15_, entry0_.datTimeStamp as datTimeS6_15_, entry0_.datUpdated as datUpdated15_, entry0_.intNumComments as intNumCo8_15_, entry0_.intImageGalleryID as intImage9_15_, entry0_.datPublicationStart as datPubl10_15_, entry0_.datPublicationEnd as datPubl11_15_, entry0_.intAuthorID as intAuth12_15_ from tblStarCommunityBlogEntry entry0_, vwStarCommunityAuthor iauthor1_ where ( ( (iauthor1_.intUserID IS NOT NULL and entry0_.intAuthorID=iauthor1_.intID) AND ( iauthor1_.blnAnonymous=0 AND /* added an AND here to make it work */ ( ( iauthor1_.intUserID=33 and entry0_.intAuthorID=iauthor1_.intID ) ) and entry0_.intAuthorID=iauthor1_.intID ) ) OR ( ( (entry0_.intBlogID=281 ) ) ) )
Am I doing something wrong with the EntryQuery, or might this actually be a bug?
It sounds like this may be a bug.
Please report it at http://world.episerver.com/en/Support/Register-Support-Incident/ with the above information as well as product version.
This is now reported in the Support system and verified as a bug.