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Hi everyone.. I have a huge ORDERS table to work with and each customer has a set of ORDERS within the orders table. There are over 2 million records in the ORDERS table. I tried to run the following in Hibernate (Java) but got a java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space error. HELP!!
What is the best move I can make to fix this problem?

"select sum(orderz.result03),sum(orderz.result05),sum(orderz.result07),sum(orderz.result08),sum(orderz.result09),sum(orderz.result26)," +
// "sum(orderz.result02),sum(orderz.result04),sum(orderz.result06),sum(orderz.result13),sum(orderz.result16),sum(orderz.result18)," +
// "sum(orderz.result19),sum(orderz.result25)," +
// "sum(orderz.result15),sum(orderz.result17),sum(orderz.result00),sum(orderz.result01)" +
//" from DialingListEntry as orderz where orderz.CUSTOMER_ID = :custId")
// .setInteger("custId", custId);

Anyone have any suggestions??? Help is much appreciated... In either DB work or hibernate.. Thanks
 
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Where is all the code, and why are all the lines commented out except the first line?

Why not just create a SQLQuery object and run that instead of with Query object. This way it won't fill up your 1st level cache. Or set the CacheMode to None, and it won't cache the objects created for the query.

Mark
 
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