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No, don't use Hibernate if your solution to ignoring your tools is writing your own half-assed workarounds rather than take the time to read documentation and ask the right questions.

People do this with SQL all the time; they see queries that aren't "fast enough" and they add indexes everywhere, or they "nudge" the query planner the wrong way, or anything else than to accept that maybe their data was wrongly modeled in the first place, or maybe they need to remove indexes, or actually, you know tune the DB.

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