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I have used query.getSingleResult() and this is throwing a NoResultException if the data is not present in the db. My doubt is that I also am running another project configured by an associate who does not get this exception. Below is an example of what he has managed(assume data is not there in table) :

My question how can the check for null be possible. Shouldn't it throw a NoResultException.

The App Server used is JBoss 4.0.5. Is it a Jboss configuration which i am not sure or something else.

Any help is appreciated.
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