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Lazy Init / Eager / Join Fetch collection strategy ? What to choose ?

+ distinct ). ? In my first impressions ( not tested with metrics ), "all eager fetch ... ; Is an "All eager strategy" more efficient that many join fetch (cartesian product + distinct)?

Updating Entities

distinct objects and not one and the same even if persisted from a single object originally ... a distinct Entity each: Employee and Paygrade. Paygrade must remain unique and in its own EM

First query takes 4+ minutes to complete

> Also, we tried a different query today: SELECT DISTINCT NEW com.arunta.base ... (); String qs = "SELECT DISTINCT NEW com.arunta.base.db.DateExtensionDTO(r.startDate

slow performance for a complex query

Hi, We have a query that is constructed dynamically, an example is like this: SELECT DISTINCT $1 FROM CDI $1, Organisation $2, Organisation ... -query"> SELECT DISTINCT $1 FROM CDI $1, Organisation $2, Organisation $3 WHERE (($ IN :cdiids

How to use JOIN FETCH?

_distinct">SELECT DISTINCT. support Support The main problem

Multi-tenant capability with hierarchies

on how to access two different db files or how to distinct tenants in one file from one application? distinct tenants in one file from one application?

can removing an entity throw an exception if the entity is in use?

"> SELECT DISTINCT b FROM A a, B b WHERE a = b.a OR a MEMBER OF b.list ... The query ... DISTINCT b FROM B b WHERE :a = b.a OR :a MEMBER OF b.list ...   support Support

EM close causes an exception

>Please also double check that when the exception is thrown with 2 JVMs running the test case, you have 2 distinct ... > Temporary directories should be distinct and locked per JVM. However, if for some reason (1) 

query hint

but we do not see that our hint is used this is the query: SELECT DISTINCT o from ... >the query is: SELECT DISTINCT o from ObjectNode o join p1 join

ClassCastException in Tuple.get

, rootDemandAnswer).distinct(true); cq.where( cb.equal(joinProvidingPerson ... .alias("d"), rootDemandAnswer.alias("a")).distinct(true); //... Demand demand