The concern is that if the same query is invoked every time for a particular entity and the table data is not liable to change for a particular time slot, we can possibly cache the query results with Hibernate.
What I had been through is some rigorous performance tuning activity, that finally brought up the performance of the application by around 50-80%. What used to take more than 1200ms to respond, then started responding in just 300-500ms, which is indeed an enormous difference.
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