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Lazy Initialization Exception

 
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Hi,

We are Working with Seam and EJB3. we are facing problems of Lazy Initialization.


As a Quick fix, changed collections/Sets to "EAGER". But, as the number of entites are more, We are getting Oracle Exception - ORA-01445 while opening any page.

Please let me know any solution for this, if any one knows.
 
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Well if you want to load lazily loaded one-to-many relation entities of an entity, then you can do this



This will load the lazily loaded list of the entity. When you refresh the entity, it becomes a managed entity and thus you can load the lazy relationship then. You can also use Fetch join to do the same with a query...
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