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Fetch SQL Query(under execution) from application server (executing EJB 3 entity bean).

 
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Hello Readers !!

I was working on Composite Keys using @IdClass annotation.
And I was not in a position to find a particular record, even though I was providing the correct values for the composite keys.

So I was wondering like, is there any way in EJB 3 to audit, log or see the sql query being sent from the application server to the database server (like in hibernate 3.x).

If yes, then please provide a sample link for it (or) even sample code will work.

Thanking You,
Akshay Sahu

 
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Akshay,
This is going to depend on your JPA implementation. For example, open JPA has:

openjpa.Query: Messages about queries. Query strings and any parameter values, if applicable, will be logged to the TRACE level at execution time. Information about possible performance concerns will be logged to the INFO level.

 
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