Hibernate Session doWork and doReturningWork methods
Introduction In this article, I’m going to explain how the Hibernate Session doWork and doReturningWork methods work, and when you should use them.
How to override the default Hibernate Session FlushMode
Introduction 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, the default Hibernate FlushMode.AUTO strategy will be used, which, as explained in this article, does not trigger a Persistence Context flush prior to executing a native SQL query.
How to customize the JDBC batch size for each Persistence Context with Hibernate
Introduction JDBC batching has a significant impact on reducing transaction response time. As previously explained, you can enable batching for INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE statements with just one configuration property: However, this setting affects every Persistence Context, therefore every business use case inherits the same JDBC batch size. Although the hibernate.jdbc.batch_size configuration property is extremely useful, it would be great if we could customize the JDBC batch size on a per Persistence Context basis. This article demonstrates how easily you can accomplish this task.