If you are given choice to avoid LazyInitializationException using any of the following measures, which are the ones you will choose and why ?<br /> <br /> 1. Set lazy=false in the hibernate config file.<br /> 2. Set @Basic(fetch=FetchType.EAGER) at the mapping.<br /> 3. Make sure that we are accessing the dependent objects before closing the session.<br /> 4. Force initialization using Hibernate.initialize
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 Q1. If you are given choice to avoid LazyInitializationException using any of the following measures, which are the ones you will choose and why ?

1. Set lazy=false in the hibernate config file.
2. Set @Basic(fetch=FetchType.EAGER) at the mapping.
3. Make sure that we are accessing the dependent objects before closing the session.
4. Force initialization using Hibernate.initialize
Hibernate2017-02-16 13:32:41

Ans. First resolution is a big No as it conveys no lazy loading in complete app. even second is advocating the same but for a particular mapping.

third one is most appropriate if loading and dependent entity property access is closer to each other in code and can be accomplished.

I don't mind using 4th too.

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