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 Post subject: Hibernate ignores javax.persistence.fetchgraph
PostPosted: Fri May 06, 2016 1:14 am 

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This is my entity:

public class PersonItem implements Serializable{
    private String guid;

    private String name;

    private String surname;

    private Date birthDate;
//+getters and setters

This is how I get the list of persons:

Query query = em.createQuery("Select p from PersonItem p WHERE p.guid IN (:guids)");
EntityGraph<PersonItem> eg = em.createEntityGraph(PersonItem.class);
query.setHint("javax.persistence.fetchgraph", eg);
query.setParameter("guids", guids);
List<PersonItem> list=query.getResultList();

// And now I iterate result AFTER EM CLOSE

If I understand fetch graph correcly it must load only those fields, which I specified. However, the field "birthDate" is also loaded. Besides I see that in hibernate sql query 4 columns are selected.

How to fix it? I use hibernate 5.1.0 as JPA provider. People say that according to JPA this must work http://stackoverflow.com/a/37053402/5057736

 Post subject: Re: Hibernate ignores fetchgraph
PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2016 10:04 am 
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The Fetch graphs are mostly targeted to fetching associations, not for individual fields.
Even if the JPA spec says that fields should be lazy by default, LAZY is just a hint for the JPA providers, which might choose to ignore it.
Hibernate does not use lazy loading for fields by default. Only one-to-many and many-to-many associations are LAZY by default.

To have lazy fields, you need to enable bytecode enhancement and maybe use @LazyGroup as well.

Anyway, maybe a DTO projection query is what you needed in the first place.

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