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Session: Querying: How to Query With Exact Match

By default, the whereXXX methods in query uses a case-insensitive match.

To perform a case-sensitive match you should use the exact parameter.

Syntax

IDocumentQuery<T> whereEquals(String fieldName, Object value, boolean exact);
IDocumentQuery<T> whereNotEquals(String fieldName, Object value, boolean exact);

// ... rest of where methods

Parameters
fieldName String Object field to use
value Object Predicate value
exact boolean Indicates if predicate should be matched in case-sensitive manner

Example I - Query With Exact Match

// load all entities from 'Employees' collection
// where firstName equals 'Robert' (case sensitive match)
List<Employee> employees = session.query(Employee.class)
    .whereEquals("FirstName", "Robert", true)
    .toList();
from Employees where exact(FirstName == 'Robert')

Example II - Query With Inner Exact Match

// return all entities from 'Orders' collection
// which contain at least one order line with
// 'Singaporean Hokkien Fried Mee' product
// perform a case-sensitive match
List<Order> orders = session.query(Order.class)
    .whereEquals("Lines[].ProductName", "Singaporean Hokkien Fried Mee", true)
    .toList();
from Orders 
where exact(Lines[].ProductName == 'Singaporean Hokkien Fried Mee')