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No proxy with session.load() instead it does a database hit - Why?  RSS feed

 
Darya Akbari
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Hi,

I recently recognized that calling session.load() like does not create a proxy as described by Hibernate's Java Persistence with Hibernate on p.564

Instead it creates a database hit, just the thing that the Hibernate guys want to avoid for performance reason.

I use Hibernate 3.2. Has anyone made similar experience

My hibernate mapping file says lazy="true", so why on earth does session.load() hit the database with a SELECT instead of giving me a proxy


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Darya
[ September 12, 2007: Message edited by: Darya Akbari ]
 
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Maybe it's a bug and I'm the first who encountered it
 
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The database I use is Oracle.
 
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Got it ,

The problem was that I didn't have a proxy="my pojo class" set in my hibernate mapping file due to the description in the book.

Anyway I have my proxy now

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... finally, take care that the proxy stuff only works with concrete POJOs.

Polymorphy is not supported by it
 
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