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Fetch data using single select statement in HQL (Many to One relationship)

 
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I have two entities student and college. A single college has multiple student.


I want to fetch all the students of a particular college.

As you can see in below code the HQL query I have written is : "select student from "+Student.class.getName()+" student where student.college.collegeId = 1"

On execution of following code I two SQL queries are fired as follows:


Ideally first query is sufficient to fetch all required students and it is working well when I fire directly from database.

why second query is executed? How can I stop Hibernate by executing this extra query?
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