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get a sql query

 
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i need to get a sql query of a given Hql query.how can i do that?
when i am running a debugging it gives error at line "query.list ".
so i need to convert my HQL to sql .then i can find the error?
 
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The error is unlikely to be a SQL error, unless there is a bug in whichever dialect you are using. Its more likely an HQL error. Can you post the stacktrace?

For reference, the hibernate.show_sql property will log the SQL hibernate generates.
 
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did you try setting show_sql property in hibernate config and able to see the sql that it generated?
 
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When SQL gets generated, you can usually see it in the log file output. You can copy and paste the SQL into a database console window or something and execute the SQL and see how well it works.

If you're converting SQL to HQL, remember that HQL is object centric. You won't have primary keys, but your objects should have identifiers or ids.

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