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Hibernate logging in log4j

 
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I'm using Hibernate 3 in my application. I get the following error while committing the transaction:



Is there any way to find out which transient object the AddressEntity is referencing due to which I get the TransientObjectException.
I have set the log level for "log4j.logger.org.hibernate" to TRACE. Which part of the log will tell me that there is some transient object.

Thanks in advance,
Vijay
 
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