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In this article, we are going to see how we can override the default FlushMode used by Hibernate.
If you bootstrap Hibernate natively, and not as a JPA provider, de default FlushMode.AUTO is used which, as explained in this article, does not trigger a Persistence Context flush prior to executing a native SQL query.
The FlushMode.ALWAYS mode instructs Hibernate to behave just like the JPA FlushModeType.AUTO mode, therefore, triggering a Persistence Context flush prior to any query, be it JPQL, Criteria API or a native SQL query.
If you want to override the FlushMode for every query executed by the current Hibernate Session, then you can change the FlushMode as follows:
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