For documentation issue, yes (check the SVN version though)
For a behavior you think is a bug, it is usually better to ask first for
recommendation on the forum (many eyes are watching)
Then you can post a JIRA issue with a minimal runnable test case.
We have a very high false positive ratio, so jumping on JIRA is not a
good thing to do.
By the way, should i use JIRA directly to report issues? Or may i post
here a message to get something like "yes, that's a bug. Open JIRA
issue." like in this case...
2006/10/31, Emmanuel Bernard <emmanuel(a)hibernate.org>:
> yes, open a JIRA issue please
> andresgr wrote:
> > Hi.
> > In Section "14.15. Tips & Tricks":
> > You can count the number of query results without actually returning
> > them:
> > ( (Integer) session.iterate("select count(*) from ....").next()
> > ).intValue()
> > I don't find any session.iterate() method... Maybe it should read:
> > ( (Integer) session.createQuery("select count(*) from
> > ....").iterate().next() ).intValue()
> > Regards
> > --
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