Introduction In this article, I’m going to explain how to use the JPA SqlResultSetMapping, as well as the EntityResult, ConstructorResult, and ColumnResult options.
Introduction In this article, I’m going to explain what the N+1 query problem is when using JPA and Hibernate and what’s the best way to fix it. The N+1 query problem is not specific to JPA and Hibernate, as you can face this issue even if you are using other data access technologies.
Introduction In this article, I’m going to explain what is the purpose of the JPA persistence.xml configuration file, and how you can set up a Java Persistence application using the available XML tags or attributes. While Spring applications can bootstrap without needing an XML JPA configuration file, it’s still important to understand the meaning of each configuration option since Spring also offers an alternative way when building a Java Persistence LocalContainerEntityManagerFactoryBean or the Hibernate-specific LocalSessionFactoryBean.
Introduction In this article, show you how the new Java Text Blocks can help you increase the readability of JPQL, SQL queries, or JSON string values. Back in 2005, I was developing a .NET project and really liked the C# Verbatim String Literal feature since it allows you to write a multiline string value without having to concatenate each individual line. The Java 13 Text Blocks feature now offers the possibility of creating a multiline Java String values.
Introduction In this article, I’m going to show you how you can activate the slow query log when using JPA and Hibernate. This slow query log feature has been available since Hibernate ORM 5.4.5 and notifies you when the execution time of a given JPQL, Criteria API or native SQL query exceeds a certain threshold value you have previously configured.
Introduction The 2.0 version of the Hypersistence Optimizer has just arrived, and it comes with a runtime scanner that is capable of analyzing your JPA and Hibernate data access operations and queries and give you tips about how you can speed up your application. Along with the JPA and Hibernate mapping and configuration scanners, the runtime scanner makes Hypersistence Optimizer an indispensable tool for building High-Performance Java Persistence applications.
Introduction In this article, I’m going to show you how to map PostgreSQL ARRAY column types (e.g., text, int, double, enum, date, timestamp, UUID) to Java List entity attributes with JPA and Hibernate. While the Hibernate Types project has been supporting PostgreSQL ARRAY column types since the very first version, prior to version 2.9, you could only map database ARRAY columns to Java Array entity attributes, as illustrated by this article. Mapping database ARRAY columns to java.util.List entity attributes is a much better approach than using the previous Java Array option since,… Read More
Introduction In this article, I’m going to show you how you can return a Java Map result when executing a JPA query. I decided to write this article after answering a similar question on StackOverflow.
Introduction In this article, I’m going to present the best way to map a Java multidimensional array when using JPA and Hibernate. While one-dimensional array types have long been supported by the Hibernate Types open-source project, starting with the 2.9 release, you can now persist multidimensional array entity attributes with JPA and Hibernate.