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how to set fetch type at runtime ? + Hibernate

 
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How can we set the fetch type at runtime

 
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You can specify it in your query.
 
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Here's an example of fetching associated properties in an eagar manner at runtime. Without an HQL query, I don't believe there's anything you can do to dynamically change the FetchType that has been set in a mapping or through a Java Persistence API (JPA) annotation.


from Sale sale
where sale.date > :startDate
left join fetch sale.salesman
left join fetch sale.product
left join fetch sale.product.color
left join fetch sale.product.category



Setting FetchType to Eagar at Runtime with a Hibernate Query

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