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Hibernate Envers - Why Query API perform sub-queries for DefaultAuditStrategy

 
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Hi,

It was well documented that the draw back for DefaultAuditStrategy is that the queries of audit information uses sub-queries,
which is slow. I'm not able to comprehend on the need of the sub-queries. Why do we need it at the first place?
For example, if we would want to find revision 10 through the statement below, isn't retrieving with REV = 10 already sufficient.

Why is there a need for the sub-query:

Please enlighten me on this.

Thanks.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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