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Question in Hibernate Criteria Query

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Could any one please help, I referred so many articles but don't get information. I have question in my below Criteria query:-

When you closely look at the query, the association is, Menugroups--(1 to many)-->Catgroups---(1 to many)---> Dealitems. I have configured lazy fetching and have set up batch-size=10 in config file.

When the above query is fired, hibernate generates the below sqls,

My issue here is, the one of the criteria restriction published=true is not applied in the 2nd SQLs. So I am getting unpublished catgroups in the result. Could any one help please what is wrong in my Criteria query and what needs to be added more ?

Reply is appreciated.

[ July 12, 2008: Message edited by: Saravanan Vijayappan ]
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Please refrain from duplicate posting. I am going to close this dup thread. I am sorry someone hasn't answered the other thread, but hopefully someone will soon.

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