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Hibernate, and Querying 50k Records. Too Much?

An interesting read, showing that Hibernate can quickly get to its limits when it comes to querying 50k records – a relatively small number of records for a sophisticated database:

http://koenserneels.blogspot.ch/2013/03/bulk-fetching-with-hibernate.html

Of course, Hibernate can generally deal with such situations, but you have to start tuning Hibernate, digging into its more advanced features. Makes one think whether second-level caching, flushing, evicting, and all that stuff should really be the default behaviour…?

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