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Hibernate and polymorphism

 
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Hi all,

I am developing one application using Hibernate.
I am facing one problem with abstract class....

I have one class whish contain one Abstract class instance..
I mean its a has a relation...



My Hibernate Query is :
Query = "from A a left join fetch B b";

OR I write

Query = "from A a left join fetch testOne one";


Please help me...

Thank you all...
 
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