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Want clarification for some of the methods of Criteria class of org.hibernate

 
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Hello,

SQL has following kind of syntax:

select * from table_name limit 1,10;

where table_name is any table of database:

it fetches only first 10 records.

i am using criteria queries for querying database. for above operation i have found out following 3 methods.

1) setFirstResult(int i)
2) setMaxResults(int i)
3) setFetchSize(int i)

i know what first two methods are doing but has doubt about the third. suppose my select query returns 50 records and i want to show only 10 records per page, can i use like following?

setFirstResult(1);
setMaxResults(50);
setFetchSize(10);

please give any other methods, if available in API.

Thanks
 
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setFirstResult - Set the first result to be retrieved.
setFetchSize - Set a fetch size for the underlying JDBC query.
setMaxResults - Set a limit upon the number of objects to be retrieved.

setFetchSize doesn't work and I think Hibernate guys are working on it.
setMaxResults first fetches the data from DB and then limits the objects.
 
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