Multiple applications updating single database in java
have been discussed for years, and there are lots of posts explaining it in great details. But unfortunately, it’s still one of the 2 most common reasons for performance problems.
and often accounts for dozens or even hundreds of additional queries.
You can do that by calling a function in your JPQL or SQL query or with a stored procedure.
Hibernate fetches lazy relationships transparently so that this kind of problem is hard to find in your code.
After you’ve defined a bind parameter in your query, you need to call the For us as Java developers, it feels natural to implement all logic in your business layer.
We can use the language, libraries, and tools that we know best.
You can use named bind parameters in your JPQL statements.
Each named parameter starts with a “:” followed by its name.