Liferay 6.2-ce-ga5

com.liferay.portal.service.persistence
Interface UserGroupPersistence

All Superinterfaces:
BasePersistence<UserGroup>

@ProviderType
public interface UserGroupPersistence
extends BasePersistence<UserGroup>

The persistence interface for the user group service.

Caching information and settings can be found in portal.properties

See Also:
UserGroupPersistenceImpl, UserGroupUtil

Method Summary
 void addGroup(long pk, Group group)
          Adds an association between the user group and the group.
 void addGroup(long pk, long groupPK)
          Adds an association between the user group and the group.
 void addGroups(long pk, List<Group> groups)
          Adds an association between the user group and the groups.
 void addGroups(long pk, long[] groupPKs)
          Adds an association between the user group and the groups.
 void addTeam(long pk, long teamPK)
          Adds an association between the user group and the team.
 void addTeam(long pk, Team team)
          Adds an association between the user group and the team.
 void addTeams(long pk, List<Team> teams)
          Adds an association between the user group and the teams.
 void addTeams(long pk, long[] teamPKs)
          Adds an association between the user group and the teams.
 void addUser(long pk, long userPK)
          Adds an association between the user group and the user.
 void addUser(long pk, User user)
          Adds an association between the user group and the user.
 void addUsers(long pk, List<User> users)
          Adds an association between the user group and the users.
 void addUsers(long pk, long[] userPKs)
          Adds an association between the user group and the users.
 void cacheResult(List<UserGroup> userGroups)
          Caches the user groups in the entity cache if it is enabled.
 void cacheResult(UserGroup userGroup)
          Caches the user group in the entity cache if it is enabled.
 void clearGroups(long pk)
          Clears all associations between the user group and its groups.
 void clearTeams(long pk)
          Clears all associations between the user group and its teams.
 void clearUsers(long pk)
          Clears all associations between the user group and its users.
 boolean containsGroup(long pk, long groupPK)
          Returns true if the group is associated with the user group.
 boolean containsGroups(long pk)
          Returns true if the user group has any groups associated with it.
 boolean containsTeam(long pk, long teamPK)
          Returns true if the team is associated with the user group.
 boolean containsTeams(long pk)
          Returns true if the user group has any teams associated with it.
 boolean containsUser(long pk, long userPK)
          Returns true if the user is associated with the user group.
 boolean containsUsers(long pk)
          Returns true if the user group has any users associated with it.
 int countAll()
          Returns the number of user groups.
 int countByC_N(long companyId, String name)
          Returns the number of user groups where companyId = ? and name = ?.
 int countByC_P(long companyId, long parentUserGroupId)
          Returns the number of user groups where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.
 int countByCompanyId(long companyId)
          Returns the number of user groups where companyId = ?.
 int countByUuid_C(String uuid, long companyId)
          Returns the number of user groups where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.
 int countByUuid(String uuid)
          Returns the number of user groups where uuid = ?.
 UserGroup create(long userGroupId)
          Creates a new user group with the primary key.
 UserGroup fetchByC_N(long companyId, String name)
          Returns the user group where companyId = ? and name = ? or returns null if it could not be found.
 UserGroup fetchByC_N(long companyId, String name, boolean retrieveFromCache)
          Returns the user group where companyId = ? and name = ? or returns null if it could not be found, optionally using the finder cache.
 UserGroup fetchByC_P_First(long companyId, long parentUserGroupId, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the first user group in the ordered set where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.
 UserGroup fetchByC_P_Last(long companyId, long parentUserGroupId, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the last user group in the ordered set where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.
 UserGroup fetchByCompanyId_First(long companyId, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the first user group in the ordered set where companyId = ?.
 UserGroup fetchByCompanyId_Last(long companyId, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the last user group in the ordered set where companyId = ?.
 UserGroup fetchByPrimaryKey(long userGroupId)
          Returns the user group with the primary key or returns null if it could not be found.
 UserGroup fetchByUuid_C_First(String uuid, long companyId, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the first user group in the ordered set where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.
 UserGroup fetchByUuid_C_Last(String uuid, long companyId, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the last user group in the ordered set where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.
 UserGroup fetchByUuid_First(String uuid, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the first user group in the ordered set where uuid = ?.
 UserGroup fetchByUuid_Last(String uuid, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the last user group in the ordered set where uuid = ?.
 int filterCountByC_P(long companyId, long parentUserGroupId)
          Returns the number of user groups that the user has permission to view where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.
 int filterCountByCompanyId(long companyId)
          Returns the number of user groups that the user has permission to view where companyId = ?.
 int filterCountByUuid_C(String uuid, long companyId)
          Returns the number of user groups that the user has permission to view where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.
 int filterCountByUuid(String uuid)
          Returns the number of user groups that the user has permission to view where uuid = ?.
 UserGroup[] filterFindByC_P_PrevAndNext(long userGroupId, long companyId, long parentUserGroupId, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the user groups before and after the current user group in the ordered set of user groups that the user has permission to view where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.
 List<UserGroup> filterFindByC_P(long companyId, long parentUserGroupId)
          Returns all the user groups that the user has permission to view where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.
 List<UserGroup> filterFindByC_P(long companyId, long parentUserGroupId, int start, int end)
          Returns a range of all the user groups that the user has permission to view where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.
 List<UserGroup> filterFindByC_P(long companyId, long parentUserGroupId, int start, int end, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns an ordered range of all the user groups that the user has permissions to view where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.
 UserGroup[] filterFindByCompanyId_PrevAndNext(long userGroupId, long companyId, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the user groups before and after the current user group in the ordered set of user groups that the user has permission to view where companyId = ?.
 List<UserGroup> filterFindByCompanyId(long companyId)
          Returns all the user groups that the user has permission to view where companyId = ?.
 List<UserGroup> filterFindByCompanyId(long companyId, int start, int end)
          Returns a range of all the user groups that the user has permission to view where companyId = ?.
 List<UserGroup> filterFindByCompanyId(long companyId, int start, int end, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns an ordered range of all the user groups that the user has permissions to view where companyId = ?.
 UserGroup[] filterFindByUuid_C_PrevAndNext(long userGroupId, String uuid, long companyId, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the user groups before and after the current user group in the ordered set of user groups that the user has permission to view where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.
 List<UserGroup> filterFindByUuid_C(String uuid, long companyId)
          Returns all the user groups that the user has permission to view where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.
 List<UserGroup> filterFindByUuid_C(String uuid, long companyId, int start, int end)
          Returns a range of all the user groups that the user has permission to view where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.
 List<UserGroup> filterFindByUuid_C(String uuid, long companyId, int start, int end, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns an ordered range of all the user groups that the user has permissions to view where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.
 UserGroup[] filterFindByUuid_PrevAndNext(long userGroupId, String uuid, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the user groups before and after the current user group in the ordered set of user groups that the user has permission to view where uuid = ?.
 List<UserGroup> filterFindByUuid(String uuid)
          Returns all the user groups that the user has permission to view where uuid = ?.
 List<UserGroup> filterFindByUuid(String uuid, int start, int end)
          Returns a range of all the user groups that the user has permission to view where uuid = ?.
 List<UserGroup> filterFindByUuid(String uuid, int start, int end, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns an ordered range of all the user groups that the user has permissions to view where uuid = ?.
 List<UserGroup> findAll()
          Returns all the user groups.
 List<UserGroup> findAll(int start, int end)
          Returns a range of all the user groups.
 List<UserGroup> findAll(int start, int end, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns an ordered range of all the user groups.
 UserGroup findByC_N(long companyId, String name)
          Returns the user group where companyId = ? and name = ? or throws a NoSuchUserGroupException if it could not be found.
 UserGroup findByC_P_First(long companyId, long parentUserGroupId, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the first user group in the ordered set where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.
 UserGroup findByC_P_Last(long companyId, long parentUserGroupId, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the last user group in the ordered set where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.
 UserGroup[] findByC_P_PrevAndNext(long userGroupId, long companyId, long parentUserGroupId, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the user groups before and after the current user group in the ordered set where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.
 List<UserGroup> findByC_P(long companyId, long parentUserGroupId)
          Returns all the user groups where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.
 List<UserGroup> findByC_P(long companyId, long parentUserGroupId, int start, int end)
          Returns a range of all the user groups where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.
 List<UserGroup> findByC_P(long companyId, long parentUserGroupId, int start, int end, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns an ordered range of all the user groups where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.
 UserGroup findByCompanyId_First(long companyId, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the first user group in the ordered set where companyId = ?.
 UserGroup findByCompanyId_Last(long companyId, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the last user group in the ordered set where companyId = ?.
 UserGroup[] findByCompanyId_PrevAndNext(long userGroupId, long companyId, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the user groups before and after the current user group in the ordered set where companyId = ?.
 List<UserGroup> findByCompanyId(long companyId)
          Returns all the user groups where companyId = ?.
 List<UserGroup> findByCompanyId(long companyId, int start, int end)
          Returns a range of all the user groups where companyId = ?.
 List<UserGroup> findByCompanyId(long companyId, int start, int end, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns an ordered range of all the user groups where companyId = ?.
 UserGroup findByPrimaryKey(long userGroupId)
          Returns the user group with the primary key or throws a NoSuchUserGroupException if it could not be found.
 UserGroup findByUuid_C_First(String uuid, long companyId, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the first user group in the ordered set where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.
 UserGroup findByUuid_C_Last(String uuid, long companyId, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the last user group in the ordered set where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.
 UserGroup[] findByUuid_C_PrevAndNext(long userGroupId, String uuid, long companyId, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the user groups before and after the current user group in the ordered set where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.
 List<UserGroup> findByUuid_C(String uuid, long companyId)
          Returns all the user groups where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.
 List<UserGroup> findByUuid_C(String uuid, long companyId, int start, int end)
          Returns a range of all the user groups where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.
 List<UserGroup> findByUuid_C(String uuid, long companyId, int start, int end, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns an ordered range of all the user groups where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.
 UserGroup findByUuid_First(String uuid, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the first user group in the ordered set where uuid = ?.
 UserGroup findByUuid_Last(String uuid, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the last user group in the ordered set where uuid = ?.
 UserGroup[] findByUuid_PrevAndNext(long userGroupId, String uuid, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns the user groups before and after the current user group in the ordered set where uuid = ?.
 List<UserGroup> findByUuid(String uuid)
          Returns all the user groups where uuid = ?.
 List<UserGroup> findByUuid(String uuid, int start, int end)
          Returns a range of all the user groups where uuid = ?.
 List<UserGroup> findByUuid(String uuid, int start, int end, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns an ordered range of all the user groups where uuid = ?.
 List<Group> getGroups(long pk)
          Returns all the groups associated with the user group.
 List<Group> getGroups(long pk, int start, int end)
          Returns a range of all the groups associated with the user group.
 List<Group> getGroups(long pk, int start, int end, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns an ordered range of all the groups associated with the user group.
 int getGroupsSize(long pk)
          Returns the number of groups associated with the user group.
 List<Team> getTeams(long pk)
          Returns all the teams associated with the user group.
 List<Team> getTeams(long pk, int start, int end)
          Returns a range of all the teams associated with the user group.
 List<Team> getTeams(long pk, int start, int end, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns an ordered range of all the teams associated with the user group.
 int getTeamsSize(long pk)
          Returns the number of teams associated with the user group.
 List<User> getUsers(long pk)
          Returns all the users associated with the user group.
 List<User> getUsers(long pk, int start, int end)
          Returns a range of all the users associated with the user group.
 List<User> getUsers(long pk, int start, int end, OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
          Returns an ordered range of all the users associated with the user group.
 int getUsersSize(long pk)
          Returns the number of users associated with the user group.
 UserGroup remove(long userGroupId)
          Removes the user group with the primary key from the database.
 void removeAll()
          Removes all the user groups from the database.
 UserGroup removeByC_N(long companyId, String name)
          Removes the user group where companyId = ? and name = ? from the database.
 void removeByC_P(long companyId, long parentUserGroupId)
          Removes all the user groups where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ? from the database.
 void removeByCompanyId(long companyId)
          Removes all the user groups where companyId = ? from the database.
 void removeByUuid_C(String uuid, long companyId)
          Removes all the user groups where uuid = ? and companyId = ? from the database.
 void removeByUuid(String uuid)
          Removes all the user groups where uuid = ? from the database.
 void removeGroup(long pk, Group group)
          Removes the association between the user group and the group.
 void removeGroup(long pk, long groupPK)
          Removes the association between the user group and the group.
 void removeGroups(long pk, List<Group> groups)
          Removes the association between the user group and the groups.
 void removeGroups(long pk, long[] groupPKs)
          Removes the association between the user group and the groups.
 void removeTeam(long pk, long teamPK)
          Removes the association between the user group and the team.
 void removeTeam(long pk, Team team)
          Removes the association between the user group and the team.
 void removeTeams(long pk, List<Team> teams)
          Removes the association between the user group and the teams.
 void removeTeams(long pk, long[] teamPKs)
          Removes the association between the user group and the teams.
 void removeUser(long pk, long userPK)
          Removes the association between the user group and the user.
 void removeUser(long pk, User user)
          Removes the association between the user group and the user.
 void removeUsers(long pk, List<User> users)
          Removes the association between the user group and the users.
 void removeUsers(long pk, long[] userPKs)
          Removes the association between the user group and the users.
 void setGroups(long pk, List<Group> groups)
          Sets the groups associated with the user group, removing and adding associations as necessary.
 void setGroups(long pk, long[] groupPKs)
          Sets the groups associated with the user group, removing and adding associations as necessary.
 void setTeams(long pk, List<Team> teams)
          Sets the teams associated with the user group, removing and adding associations as necessary.
 void setTeams(long pk, long[] teamPKs)
          Sets the teams associated with the user group, removing and adding associations as necessary.
 void setUsers(long pk, List<User> users)
          Sets the users associated with the user group, removing and adding associations as necessary.
 void setUsers(long pk, long[] userPKs)
          Sets the users associated with the user group, removing and adding associations as necessary.
 UserGroup updateImpl(UserGroup userGroup)
           
 
Methods inherited from interface com.liferay.portal.service.persistence.BasePersistence
clearCache, clearCache, clearCache, closeSession, countWithDynamicQuery, countWithDynamicQuery, fetchByPrimaryKey, findByPrimaryKey, findWithDynamicQuery, findWithDynamicQuery, findWithDynamicQuery, flush, getCurrentSession, getDataSource, getListeners, getModelClass, openSession, processException, registerListener, remove, remove, setDataSource, unregisterListener, update, update, update, update
 

Method Detail

findByUuid

List<UserGroup> findByUuid(String uuid)
                           throws SystemException
Returns all the user groups where uuid = ?.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
Returns:
the matching user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByUuid

List<UserGroup> findByUuid(String uuid,
                           int start,
                           int end)
                           throws SystemException
Returns a range of all the user groups where uuid = ?.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
Returns:
the range of matching user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByUuid

List<UserGroup> findByUuid(String uuid,
                           int start,
                           int end,
                           OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                           throws SystemException
Returns an ordered range of all the user groups where uuid = ?.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the results by (optionally null)
Returns:
the ordered range of matching user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByUuid_First

UserGroup findByUuid_First(String uuid,
                           OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                           throws NoSuchUserGroupException,
                                  SystemException
Returns the first user group in the ordered set where uuid = ?.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the first matching user group
Throws:
NoSuchUserGroupException - if a matching user group could not be found
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

fetchByUuid_First

UserGroup fetchByUuid_First(String uuid,
                            OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                            throws SystemException
Returns the first user group in the ordered set where uuid = ?.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the first matching user group, or null if a matching user group could not be found
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByUuid_Last

UserGroup findByUuid_Last(String uuid,
                          OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                          throws NoSuchUserGroupException,
                                 SystemException
Returns the last user group in the ordered set where uuid = ?.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the last matching user group
Throws:
NoSuchUserGroupException - if a matching user group could not be found
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

fetchByUuid_Last

UserGroup fetchByUuid_Last(String uuid,
                           OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                           throws SystemException
Returns the last user group in the ordered set where uuid = ?.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the last matching user group, or null if a matching user group could not be found
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByUuid_PrevAndNext

UserGroup[] findByUuid_PrevAndNext(long userGroupId,
                                   String uuid,
                                   OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                                   throws NoSuchUserGroupException,
                                          SystemException
Returns the user groups before and after the current user group in the ordered set where uuid = ?.

Parameters:
userGroupId - the primary key of the current user group
uuid - the uuid
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the previous, current, and next user group
Throws:
NoSuchUserGroupException - if a user group with the primary key could not be found
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

filterFindByUuid

List<UserGroup> filterFindByUuid(String uuid)
                                 throws SystemException
Returns all the user groups that the user has permission to view where uuid = ?.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
Returns:
the matching user groups that the user has permission to view
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

filterFindByUuid

List<UserGroup> filterFindByUuid(String uuid,
                                 int start,
                                 int end)
                                 throws SystemException
Returns a range of all the user groups that the user has permission to view where uuid = ?.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
Returns:
the range of matching user groups that the user has permission to view
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

filterFindByUuid

List<UserGroup> filterFindByUuid(String uuid,
                                 int start,
                                 int end,
                                 OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                                 throws SystemException
Returns an ordered range of all the user groups that the user has permissions to view where uuid = ?.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the results by (optionally null)
Returns:
the ordered range of matching user groups that the user has permission to view
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

filterFindByUuid_PrevAndNext

UserGroup[] filterFindByUuid_PrevAndNext(long userGroupId,
                                         String uuid,
                                         OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                                         throws NoSuchUserGroupException,
                                                SystemException
Returns the user groups before and after the current user group in the ordered set of user groups that the user has permission to view where uuid = ?.

Parameters:
userGroupId - the primary key of the current user group
uuid - the uuid
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the previous, current, and next user group
Throws:
NoSuchUserGroupException - if a user group with the primary key could not be found
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

removeByUuid

void removeByUuid(String uuid)
                  throws SystemException
Removes all the user groups where uuid = ? from the database.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

countByUuid

int countByUuid(String uuid)
                throws SystemException
Returns the number of user groups where uuid = ?.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
Returns:
the number of matching user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

filterCountByUuid

int filterCountByUuid(String uuid)
                      throws SystemException
Returns the number of user groups that the user has permission to view where uuid = ?.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
Returns:
the number of matching user groups that the user has permission to view
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByUuid_C

List<UserGroup> findByUuid_C(String uuid,
                             long companyId)
                             throws SystemException
Returns all the user groups where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
companyId - the company ID
Returns:
the matching user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByUuid_C

List<UserGroup> findByUuid_C(String uuid,
                             long companyId,
                             int start,
                             int end)
                             throws SystemException
Returns a range of all the user groups where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
companyId - the company ID
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
Returns:
the range of matching user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByUuid_C

List<UserGroup> findByUuid_C(String uuid,
                             long companyId,
                             int start,
                             int end,
                             OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                             throws SystemException
Returns an ordered range of all the user groups where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
companyId - the company ID
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the results by (optionally null)
Returns:
the ordered range of matching user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByUuid_C_First

UserGroup findByUuid_C_First(String uuid,
                             long companyId,
                             OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                             throws NoSuchUserGroupException,
                                    SystemException
Returns the first user group in the ordered set where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
companyId - the company ID
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the first matching user group
Throws:
NoSuchUserGroupException - if a matching user group could not be found
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

fetchByUuid_C_First

UserGroup fetchByUuid_C_First(String uuid,
                              long companyId,
                              OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                              throws SystemException
Returns the first user group in the ordered set where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
companyId - the company ID
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the first matching user group, or null if a matching user group could not be found
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByUuid_C_Last

UserGroup findByUuid_C_Last(String uuid,
                            long companyId,
                            OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                            throws NoSuchUserGroupException,
                                   SystemException
Returns the last user group in the ordered set where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
companyId - the company ID
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the last matching user group
Throws:
NoSuchUserGroupException - if a matching user group could not be found
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

fetchByUuid_C_Last

UserGroup fetchByUuid_C_Last(String uuid,
                             long companyId,
                             OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                             throws SystemException
Returns the last user group in the ordered set where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
companyId - the company ID
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the last matching user group, or null if a matching user group could not be found
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByUuid_C_PrevAndNext

UserGroup[] findByUuid_C_PrevAndNext(long userGroupId,
                                     String uuid,
                                     long companyId,
                                     OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                                     throws NoSuchUserGroupException,
                                            SystemException
Returns the user groups before and after the current user group in the ordered set where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.

Parameters:
userGroupId - the primary key of the current user group
uuid - the uuid
companyId - the company ID
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the previous, current, and next user group
Throws:
NoSuchUserGroupException - if a user group with the primary key could not be found
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

filterFindByUuid_C

List<UserGroup> filterFindByUuid_C(String uuid,
                                   long companyId)
                                   throws SystemException
Returns all the user groups that the user has permission to view where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
companyId - the company ID
Returns:
the matching user groups that the user has permission to view
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

filterFindByUuid_C

List<UserGroup> filterFindByUuid_C(String uuid,
                                   long companyId,
                                   int start,
                                   int end)
                                   throws SystemException
Returns a range of all the user groups that the user has permission to view where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
companyId - the company ID
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
Returns:
the range of matching user groups that the user has permission to view
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

filterFindByUuid_C

List<UserGroup> filterFindByUuid_C(String uuid,
                                   long companyId,
                                   int start,
                                   int end,
                                   OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                                   throws SystemException
Returns an ordered range of all the user groups that the user has permissions to view where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
companyId - the company ID
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the results by (optionally null)
Returns:
the ordered range of matching user groups that the user has permission to view
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

filterFindByUuid_C_PrevAndNext

UserGroup[] filterFindByUuid_C_PrevAndNext(long userGroupId,
                                           String uuid,
                                           long companyId,
                                           OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                                           throws NoSuchUserGroupException,
                                                  SystemException
Returns the user groups before and after the current user group in the ordered set of user groups that the user has permission to view where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.

Parameters:
userGroupId - the primary key of the current user group
uuid - the uuid
companyId - the company ID
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the previous, current, and next user group
Throws:
NoSuchUserGroupException - if a user group with the primary key could not be found
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

removeByUuid_C

void removeByUuid_C(String uuid,
                    long companyId)
                    throws SystemException
Removes all the user groups where uuid = ? and companyId = ? from the database.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
companyId - the company ID
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

countByUuid_C

int countByUuid_C(String uuid,
                  long companyId)
                  throws SystemException
Returns the number of user groups where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
companyId - the company ID
Returns:
the number of matching user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

filterCountByUuid_C

int filterCountByUuid_C(String uuid,
                        long companyId)
                        throws SystemException
Returns the number of user groups that the user has permission to view where uuid = ? and companyId = ?.

Parameters:
uuid - the uuid
companyId - the company ID
Returns:
the number of matching user groups that the user has permission to view
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByCompanyId

List<UserGroup> findByCompanyId(long companyId)
                                throws SystemException
Returns all the user groups where companyId = ?.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
Returns:
the matching user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByCompanyId

List<UserGroup> findByCompanyId(long companyId,
                                int start,
                                int end)
                                throws SystemException
Returns a range of all the user groups where companyId = ?.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
Returns:
the range of matching user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByCompanyId

List<UserGroup> findByCompanyId(long companyId,
                                int start,
                                int end,
                                OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                                throws SystemException
Returns an ordered range of all the user groups where companyId = ?.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the results by (optionally null)
Returns:
the ordered range of matching user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByCompanyId_First

UserGroup findByCompanyId_First(long companyId,
                                OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                                throws NoSuchUserGroupException,
                                       SystemException
Returns the first user group in the ordered set where companyId = ?.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the first matching user group
Throws:
NoSuchUserGroupException - if a matching user group could not be found
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

fetchByCompanyId_First

UserGroup fetchByCompanyId_First(long companyId,
                                 OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                                 throws SystemException
Returns the first user group in the ordered set where companyId = ?.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the first matching user group, or null if a matching user group could not be found
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByCompanyId_Last

UserGroup findByCompanyId_Last(long companyId,
                               OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                               throws NoSuchUserGroupException,
                                      SystemException
Returns the last user group in the ordered set where companyId = ?.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the last matching user group
Throws:
NoSuchUserGroupException - if a matching user group could not be found
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

fetchByCompanyId_Last

UserGroup fetchByCompanyId_Last(long companyId,
                                OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                                throws SystemException
Returns the last user group in the ordered set where companyId = ?.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the last matching user group, or null if a matching user group could not be found
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByCompanyId_PrevAndNext

UserGroup[] findByCompanyId_PrevAndNext(long userGroupId,
                                        long companyId,
                                        OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                                        throws NoSuchUserGroupException,
                                               SystemException
Returns the user groups before and after the current user group in the ordered set where companyId = ?.

Parameters:
userGroupId - the primary key of the current user group
companyId - the company ID
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the previous, current, and next user group
Throws:
NoSuchUserGroupException - if a user group with the primary key could not be found
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

filterFindByCompanyId

List<UserGroup> filterFindByCompanyId(long companyId)
                                      throws SystemException
Returns all the user groups that the user has permission to view where companyId = ?.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
Returns:
the matching user groups that the user has permission to view
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

filterFindByCompanyId

List<UserGroup> filterFindByCompanyId(long companyId,
                                      int start,
                                      int end)
                                      throws SystemException
Returns a range of all the user groups that the user has permission to view where companyId = ?.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
Returns:
the range of matching user groups that the user has permission to view
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

filterFindByCompanyId

List<UserGroup> filterFindByCompanyId(long companyId,
                                      int start,
                                      int end,
                                      OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                                      throws SystemException
Returns an ordered range of all the user groups that the user has permissions to view where companyId = ?.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the results by (optionally null)
Returns:
the ordered range of matching user groups that the user has permission to view
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

filterFindByCompanyId_PrevAndNext

UserGroup[] filterFindByCompanyId_PrevAndNext(long userGroupId,
                                              long companyId,
                                              OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                                              throws NoSuchUserGroupException,
                                                     SystemException
Returns the user groups before and after the current user group in the ordered set of user groups that the user has permission to view where companyId = ?.

Parameters:
userGroupId - the primary key of the current user group
companyId - the company ID
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the previous, current, and next user group
Throws:
NoSuchUserGroupException - if a user group with the primary key could not be found
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

removeByCompanyId

void removeByCompanyId(long companyId)
                       throws SystemException
Removes all the user groups where companyId = ? from the database.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

countByCompanyId

int countByCompanyId(long companyId)
                     throws SystemException
Returns the number of user groups where companyId = ?.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
Returns:
the number of matching user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

filterCountByCompanyId

int filterCountByCompanyId(long companyId)
                           throws SystemException
Returns the number of user groups that the user has permission to view where companyId = ?.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
Returns:
the number of matching user groups that the user has permission to view
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByC_P

List<UserGroup> findByC_P(long companyId,
                          long parentUserGroupId)
                          throws SystemException
Returns all the user groups where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
parentUserGroupId - the parent user group ID
Returns:
the matching user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByC_P

List<UserGroup> findByC_P(long companyId,
                          long parentUserGroupId,
                          int start,
                          int end)
                          throws SystemException
Returns a range of all the user groups where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
parentUserGroupId - the parent user group ID
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
Returns:
the range of matching user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByC_P

List<UserGroup> findByC_P(long companyId,
                          long parentUserGroupId,
                          int start,
                          int end,
                          OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                          throws SystemException
Returns an ordered range of all the user groups where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
parentUserGroupId - the parent user group ID
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the results by (optionally null)
Returns:
the ordered range of matching user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByC_P_First

UserGroup findByC_P_First(long companyId,
                          long parentUserGroupId,
                          OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                          throws NoSuchUserGroupException,
                                 SystemException
Returns the first user group in the ordered set where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
parentUserGroupId - the parent user group ID
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the first matching user group
Throws:
NoSuchUserGroupException - if a matching user group could not be found
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

fetchByC_P_First

UserGroup fetchByC_P_First(long companyId,
                           long parentUserGroupId,
                           OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                           throws SystemException
Returns the first user group in the ordered set where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
parentUserGroupId - the parent user group ID
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the first matching user group, or null if a matching user group could not be found
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByC_P_Last

UserGroup findByC_P_Last(long companyId,
                         long parentUserGroupId,
                         OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                         throws NoSuchUserGroupException,
                                SystemException
Returns the last user group in the ordered set where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
parentUserGroupId - the parent user group ID
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the last matching user group
Throws:
NoSuchUserGroupException - if a matching user group could not be found
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

fetchByC_P_Last

UserGroup fetchByC_P_Last(long companyId,
                          long parentUserGroupId,
                          OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                          throws SystemException
Returns the last user group in the ordered set where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
parentUserGroupId - the parent user group ID
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the last matching user group, or null if a matching user group could not be found
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByC_P_PrevAndNext

UserGroup[] findByC_P_PrevAndNext(long userGroupId,
                                  long companyId,
                                  long parentUserGroupId,
                                  OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                                  throws NoSuchUserGroupException,
                                         SystemException
Returns the user groups before and after the current user group in the ordered set where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.

Parameters:
userGroupId - the primary key of the current user group
companyId - the company ID
parentUserGroupId - the parent user group ID
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the previous, current, and next user group
Throws:
NoSuchUserGroupException - if a user group with the primary key could not be found
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

filterFindByC_P

List<UserGroup> filterFindByC_P(long companyId,
                                long parentUserGroupId)
                                throws SystemException
Returns all the user groups that the user has permission to view where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
parentUserGroupId - the parent user group ID
Returns:
the matching user groups that the user has permission to view
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

filterFindByC_P

List<UserGroup> filterFindByC_P(long companyId,
                                long parentUserGroupId,
                                int start,
                                int end)
                                throws SystemException
Returns a range of all the user groups that the user has permission to view where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
parentUserGroupId - the parent user group ID
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
Returns:
the range of matching user groups that the user has permission to view
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

filterFindByC_P

List<UserGroup> filterFindByC_P(long companyId,
                                long parentUserGroupId,
                                int start,
                                int end,
                                OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                                throws SystemException
Returns an ordered range of all the user groups that the user has permissions to view where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
parentUserGroupId - the parent user group ID
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the results by (optionally null)
Returns:
the ordered range of matching user groups that the user has permission to view
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

filterFindByC_P_PrevAndNext

UserGroup[] filterFindByC_P_PrevAndNext(long userGroupId,
                                        long companyId,
                                        long parentUserGroupId,
                                        OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                                        throws NoSuchUserGroupException,
                                               SystemException
Returns the user groups before and after the current user group in the ordered set of user groups that the user has permission to view where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.

Parameters:
userGroupId - the primary key of the current user group
companyId - the company ID
parentUserGroupId - the parent user group ID
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the set by (optionally null)
Returns:
the previous, current, and next user group
Throws:
NoSuchUserGroupException - if a user group with the primary key could not be found
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

removeByC_P

void removeByC_P(long companyId,
                 long parentUserGroupId)
                 throws SystemException
Removes all the user groups where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ? from the database.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
parentUserGroupId - the parent user group ID
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

countByC_P

int countByC_P(long companyId,
               long parentUserGroupId)
               throws SystemException
Returns the number of user groups where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
parentUserGroupId - the parent user group ID
Returns:
the number of matching user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

filterCountByC_P

int filterCountByC_P(long companyId,
                     long parentUserGroupId)
                     throws SystemException
Returns the number of user groups that the user has permission to view where companyId = ? and parentUserGroupId = ?.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
parentUserGroupId - the parent user group ID
Returns:
the number of matching user groups that the user has permission to view
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findByC_N

UserGroup findByC_N(long companyId,
                    String name)
                    throws NoSuchUserGroupException,
                           SystemException
Returns the user group where companyId = ? and name = ? or throws a NoSuchUserGroupException if it could not be found.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
name - the name
Returns:
the matching user group
Throws:
NoSuchUserGroupException - if a matching user group could not be found
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

fetchByC_N

UserGroup fetchByC_N(long companyId,
                     String name)
                     throws SystemException
Returns the user group where companyId = ? and name = ? or returns null if it could not be found. Uses the finder cache.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
name - the name
Returns:
the matching user group, or null if a matching user group could not be found
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

fetchByC_N

UserGroup fetchByC_N(long companyId,
                     String name,
                     boolean retrieveFromCache)
                     throws SystemException
Returns the user group where companyId = ? and name = ? or returns null if it could not be found, optionally using the finder cache.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
name - the name
retrieveFromCache - whether to use the finder cache
Returns:
the matching user group, or null if a matching user group could not be found
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

removeByC_N

UserGroup removeByC_N(long companyId,
                      String name)
                      throws NoSuchUserGroupException,
                             SystemException
Removes the user group where companyId = ? and name = ? from the database.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
name - the name
Returns:
the user group that was removed
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred
NoSuchUserGroupException

countByC_N

int countByC_N(long companyId,
               String name)
               throws SystemException
Returns the number of user groups where companyId = ? and name = ?.

Parameters:
companyId - the company ID
name - the name
Returns:
the number of matching user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

cacheResult

void cacheResult(UserGroup userGroup)
Caches the user group in the entity cache if it is enabled.

Parameters:
userGroup - the user group

cacheResult

void cacheResult(List<UserGroup> userGroups)
Caches the user groups in the entity cache if it is enabled.

Parameters:
userGroups - the user groups

create

UserGroup create(long userGroupId)
Creates a new user group with the primary key. Does not add the user group to the database.

Parameters:
userGroupId - the primary key for the new user group
Returns:
the new user group

remove

UserGroup remove(long userGroupId)
                 throws NoSuchUserGroupException,
                        SystemException
Removes the user group with the primary key from the database. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners.

Parameters:
userGroupId - the primary key of the user group
Returns:
the user group that was removed
Throws:
NoSuchUserGroupException - if a user group with the primary key could not be found
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

updateImpl

UserGroup updateImpl(UserGroup userGroup)
                     throws SystemException
Throws:
SystemException

findByPrimaryKey

UserGroup findByPrimaryKey(long userGroupId)
                           throws NoSuchUserGroupException,
                                  SystemException
Returns the user group with the primary key or throws a NoSuchUserGroupException if it could not be found.

Parameters:
userGroupId - the primary key of the user group
Returns:
the user group
Throws:
NoSuchUserGroupException - if a user group with the primary key could not be found
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

fetchByPrimaryKey

UserGroup fetchByPrimaryKey(long userGroupId)
                            throws SystemException
Returns the user group with the primary key or returns null if it could not be found.

Parameters:
userGroupId - the primary key of the user group
Returns:
the user group, or null if a user group with the primary key could not be found
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findAll

List<UserGroup> findAll()
                        throws SystemException
Returns all the user groups.

Returns:
the user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findAll

List<UserGroup> findAll(int start,
                        int end)
                        throws SystemException
Returns a range of all the user groups.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
Returns:
the range of user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

findAll

List<UserGroup> findAll(int start,
                        int end,
                        OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                        throws SystemException
Returns an ordered range of all the user groups.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the results by (optionally null)
Returns:
the ordered range of user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

removeAll

void removeAll()
               throws SystemException
Removes all the user groups from the database.

Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

countAll

int countAll()
             throws SystemException
Returns the number of user groups.

Returns:
the number of user groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

getGroups

List<Group> getGroups(long pk)
                      throws SystemException
Returns all the groups associated with the user group.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
Returns:
the groups associated with the user group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

getGroups

List<Group> getGroups(long pk,
                      int start,
                      int end)
                      throws SystemException
Returns a range of all the groups associated with the user group.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
Returns:
the range of groups associated with the user group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

getGroups

List<Group> getGroups(long pk,
                      int start,
                      int end,
                      OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                      throws SystemException
Returns an ordered range of all the groups associated with the user group.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the results by (optionally null)
Returns:
the ordered range of groups associated with the user group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

getGroupsSize

int getGroupsSize(long pk)
                  throws SystemException
Returns the number of groups associated with the user group.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
Returns:
the number of groups associated with the user group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

containsGroup

boolean containsGroup(long pk,
                      long groupPK)
                      throws SystemException
Returns true if the group is associated with the user group.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
groupPK - the primary key of the group
Returns:
true if the group is associated with the user group; false otherwise
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

containsGroups

boolean containsGroups(long pk)
                       throws SystemException
Returns true if the user group has any groups associated with it.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group to check for associations with groups
Returns:
true if the user group has any groups associated with it; false otherwise
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

addGroup

void addGroup(long pk,
              long groupPK)
              throws SystemException
Adds an association between the user group and the group. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
groupPK - the primary key of the group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

addGroup

void addGroup(long pk,
              Group group)
              throws SystemException
Adds an association between the user group and the group. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
group - the group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

addGroups

void addGroups(long pk,
               long[] groupPKs)
               throws SystemException
Adds an association between the user group and the groups. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
groupPKs - the primary keys of the groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

addGroups

void addGroups(long pk,
               List<Group> groups)
               throws SystemException
Adds an association between the user group and the groups. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
groups - the groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

clearGroups

void clearGroups(long pk)
                 throws SystemException
Clears all associations between the user group and its groups. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group to clear the associated groups from
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

removeGroup

void removeGroup(long pk,
                 long groupPK)
                 throws SystemException
Removes the association between the user group and the group. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
groupPK - the primary key of the group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

removeGroup

void removeGroup(long pk,
                 Group group)
                 throws SystemException
Removes the association between the user group and the group. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
group - the group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

removeGroups

void removeGroups(long pk,
                  long[] groupPKs)
                  throws SystemException
Removes the association between the user group and the groups. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
groupPKs - the primary keys of the groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

removeGroups

void removeGroups(long pk,
                  List<Group> groups)
                  throws SystemException
Removes the association between the user group and the groups. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
groups - the groups
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

setGroups

void setGroups(long pk,
               long[] groupPKs)
               throws SystemException
Sets the groups associated with the user group, removing and adding associations as necessary. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
groupPKs - the primary keys of the groups to be associated with the user group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

setGroups

void setGroups(long pk,
               List<Group> groups)
               throws SystemException
Sets the groups associated with the user group, removing and adding associations as necessary. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
groups - the groups to be associated with the user group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

getTeams

List<Team> getTeams(long pk)
                    throws SystemException
Returns all the teams associated with the user group.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
Returns:
the teams associated with the user group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

getTeams

List<Team> getTeams(long pk,
                    int start,
                    int end)
                    throws SystemException
Returns a range of all the teams associated with the user group.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
Returns:
the range of teams associated with the user group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

getTeams

List<Team> getTeams(long pk,
                    int start,
                    int end,
                    OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                    throws SystemException
Returns an ordered range of all the teams associated with the user group.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the results by (optionally null)
Returns:
the ordered range of teams associated with the user group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

getTeamsSize

int getTeamsSize(long pk)
                 throws SystemException
Returns the number of teams associated with the user group.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
Returns:
the number of teams associated with the user group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

containsTeam

boolean containsTeam(long pk,
                     long teamPK)
                     throws SystemException
Returns true if the team is associated with the user group.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
teamPK - the primary key of the team
Returns:
true if the team is associated with the user group; false otherwise
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

containsTeams

boolean containsTeams(long pk)
                      throws SystemException
Returns true if the user group has any teams associated with it.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group to check for associations with teams
Returns:
true if the user group has any teams associated with it; false otherwise
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

addTeam

void addTeam(long pk,
             long teamPK)
             throws SystemException
Adds an association between the user group and the team. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
teamPK - the primary key of the team
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

addTeam

void addTeam(long pk,
             Team team)
             throws SystemException
Adds an association between the user group and the team. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
team - the team
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

addTeams

void addTeams(long pk,
              long[] teamPKs)
              throws SystemException
Adds an association between the user group and the teams. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
teamPKs - the primary keys of the teams
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

addTeams

void addTeams(long pk,
              List<Team> teams)
              throws SystemException
Adds an association between the user group and the teams. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
teams - the teams
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

clearTeams

void clearTeams(long pk)
                throws SystemException
Clears all associations between the user group and its teams. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group to clear the associated teams from
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

removeTeam

void removeTeam(long pk,
                long teamPK)
                throws SystemException
Removes the association between the user group and the team. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
teamPK - the primary key of the team
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

removeTeam

void removeTeam(long pk,
                Team team)
                throws SystemException
Removes the association between the user group and the team. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
team - the team
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

removeTeams

void removeTeams(long pk,
                 long[] teamPKs)
                 throws SystemException
Removes the association between the user group and the teams. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
teamPKs - the primary keys of the teams
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

removeTeams

void removeTeams(long pk,
                 List<Team> teams)
                 throws SystemException
Removes the association between the user group and the teams. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
teams - the teams
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

setTeams

void setTeams(long pk,
              long[] teamPKs)
              throws SystemException
Sets the teams associated with the user group, removing and adding associations as necessary. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
teamPKs - the primary keys of the teams to be associated with the user group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

setTeams

void setTeams(long pk,
              List<Team> teams)
              throws SystemException
Sets the teams associated with the user group, removing and adding associations as necessary. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
teams - the teams to be associated with the user group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

getUsers

List<User> getUsers(long pk)
                    throws SystemException
Returns all the users associated with the user group.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
Returns:
the users associated with the user group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

getUsers

List<User> getUsers(long pk,
                    int start,
                    int end)
                    throws SystemException
Returns a range of all the users associated with the user group.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
Returns:
the range of users associated with the user group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

getUsers

List<User> getUsers(long pk,
                    int start,
                    int end,
                    OrderByComparator orderByComparator)
                    throws SystemException
Returns an ordered range of all the users associated with the user group.

Useful when paginating results. Returns a maximum of end - start instances. start and end are not primary keys, they are indexes in the result set. Thus, 0 refers to the first result in the set. Setting both start and end to QueryUtil.ALL_POS will return the full result set. If orderByComparator is specified, then the query will include the given ORDER BY logic. If orderByComparator is absent and pagination is required (start and end are not QueryUtil.ALL_POS), then the query will include the default ORDER BY logic from UserGroupModelImpl. If both orderByComparator and pagination are absent, for performance reasons, the query will not have an ORDER BY clause and the returned result set will be sorted on by the primary key in an ascending order.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
start - the lower bound of the range of user groups
end - the upper bound of the range of user groups (not inclusive)
orderByComparator - the comparator to order the results by (optionally null)
Returns:
the ordered range of users associated with the user group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

getUsersSize

int getUsersSize(long pk)
                 throws SystemException
Returns the number of users associated with the user group.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
Returns:
the number of users associated with the user group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

containsUser

boolean containsUser(long pk,
                     long userPK)
                     throws SystemException
Returns true if the user is associated with the user group.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
userPK - the primary key of the user
Returns:
true if the user is associated with the user group; false otherwise
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

containsUsers

boolean containsUsers(long pk)
                      throws SystemException
Returns true if the user group has any users associated with it.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group to check for associations with users
Returns:
true if the user group has any users associated with it; false otherwise
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

addUser

void addUser(long pk,
             long userPK)
             throws SystemException
Adds an association between the user group and the user. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
userPK - the primary key of the user
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

addUser

void addUser(long pk,
             User user)
             throws SystemException
Adds an association between the user group and the user. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
user - the user
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

addUsers

void addUsers(long pk,
              long[] userPKs)
              throws SystemException
Adds an association between the user group and the users. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
userPKs - the primary keys of the users
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

addUsers

void addUsers(long pk,
              List<User> users)
              throws SystemException
Adds an association between the user group and the users. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
users - the users
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

clearUsers

void clearUsers(long pk)
                throws SystemException
Clears all associations between the user group and its users. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group to clear the associated users from
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

removeUser

void removeUser(long pk,
                long userPK)
                throws SystemException
Removes the association between the user group and the user. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
userPK - the primary key of the user
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

removeUser

void removeUser(long pk,
                User user)
                throws SystemException
Removes the association between the user group and the user. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
user - the user
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

removeUsers

void removeUsers(long pk,
                 long[] userPKs)
                 throws SystemException
Removes the association between the user group and the users. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
userPKs - the primary keys of the users
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

removeUsers

void removeUsers(long pk,
                 List<User> users)
                 throws SystemException
Removes the association between the user group and the users. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
users - the users
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

setUsers

void setUsers(long pk,
              long[] userPKs)
              throws SystemException
Sets the users associated with the user group, removing and adding associations as necessary. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
userPKs - the primary keys of the users to be associated with the user group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

setUsers

void setUsers(long pk,
              List<User> users)
              throws SystemException
Sets the users associated with the user group, removing and adding associations as necessary. Also notifies the appropriate model listeners and clears the mapping table finder cache.

Parameters:
pk - the primary key of the user group
users - the users to be associated with the user group
Throws:
SystemException - if a system exception occurred

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