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Second property is ignored in org.modeshape.jcr.query.qom.JcrQueryObjectModelFactory.equiJoinCondition(String, String, String, String)

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      There is a bug in the method org.modeshape.jcr.query.qom.JcrQueryObjectModelFactory.equiJoinCondition(String, String, String, String):

      public EquiJoinCondition equiJoinCondition( String selector1Name,
                                                  String property1Name,
                                                  String selector2Name,
                                                  String property2Name ) {
          CheckArg.isNotNull(selector1Name, "selector1Name");
          CheckArg.isNotNull(property1Name, "property1Name");
          CheckArg.isNotNull(selector2Name, "selector2Name");
          CheckArg.isNotNull(selector2Name, "selector2Name");
          return new JcrEquiJoinCondition(selectorName(selector1Name), property1Name, selectorName(selector2Name), selector2Name);
      }
      

      where selector2Name is used as the 4th parameter to the JcrEquiJoinCondition constructor, but should be property2Name.

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                • Assignee:
                  hchiorean Horia Chiorean
                  Reporter:
                  dimonv Dmitri Voronov
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