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The JPA transformation doesn't have a way to model the named query in RSA 8. so running JPA to UML will just ignore all the named queries.
Running the UML to JPA transformation with "Generate named queries for all entity classes" option enabled, will generate default named queries and will overwrite any existing ones.
if you want the transformation to keep your existing named query and not generate the default ones, you need to turn off the option "Generate named queries for all entity classes" from the Transformation Configuration file.
This will keep the existing named queries.
The current working scenario is:
1-Transformation creates a model then a transformation configuration
2-running the transformation for the first time will generate the default named queries
3-User can update the named queries in the code as desired and make sure to disable "Generate named queries for all entity classes" in the transformation configuration.
4-After that, running the transformation again will will not generate the named queries again and will preserve the changed named queries
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