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performance tuning using select and join
Joined: May 18, 2005
Oct 18, 2010 00:11:38
I was reading about the performance tuning in hibernate and came across the following statment.
select: Lazily load the referenced object or collection with a separate SQL SELECT statement. It is the default value
join: Eagerly load the referenced object or collection using an outer join
I know that in case of hibernte3, the lazy is true by default. That means that the associcated object would be fetched only when its method is called.
Now i wanted to understand that the above statements for select and join holds true only when the lazy is set to false? Please explain.
SCJP 1.4, SCWCD1.4, OCA(1Z0-007)
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