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Java Persistence with Spring Data and Hibernate: does it also cover analysis methods for performance

 
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I saw section 12.2 covers n+1 problems for example. I was wondering if any frameworks like Hypersistence or other troubleshooting methods were covered?
 
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Simon Verhoeven wrote:I saw section 12.2 covers n+1 problems for example. I was wondering if any frameworks like Hypersistence or other troubleshooting methods were covered?



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No, there is not analysis of framework as Hypersistence or other troubleshooting methods in the book.
 
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