Introduction In this article, I’m going to show you how the JPA persist and merge work and how do they compare with the Hibernate save, update, and saveOrUpdate methods. Although you should favor the JPA-based entity state transition methods, you are going to see that the Hibernate-specific update is actually a good alternative to merge when you want to reduce the number of SQL queries being executed during a batch processing task.
Introduction In this article, I’m going to show you how you can log the database transaction id associated with a given SQL statement using the MDC (Mapped Diagnostic Context) feature offered by many logging frameworks. If you are writing data access code, you have to use logging. As I explained in this article, using a JDBC proxy tool like datasource-proxy or p6spy is the best approach to logging SQL statements. With datasource-proxy, you can easily build a JUnit extension to automatically detect N+1 query issues. For more details, check out the Hypersistence… Read More
Introduction In this article, you are going to learn the best way to call a stored procedure when using JPA and Hibernate so that the underlying JDBC resources are released as soon as possible. I decided to write this article since the way Hibernate handles stored procedures can lead to ORA-01000: maximum open cursors exceeded issues on Oracle as explained in this Hibernate forum thread or StackOverflow question.
Introduction In this article, I want to show you how you can map a String JPA property to a JSON database column using the Hypersistence Utils open-source project. Although it’s probably more common to use a JsonNode or POJO (Plain Old Java Object) on the Java side, the Hypersistence Utils framework is very flexible and allows you to use a String JPA property type to represent a JSON structure.