now in hibernate core 4:
With Hibernate 3, you could enable DEBUG logging for "org.hibernate.SQL" to see the SQL that was generated. With Hibernate 4, this is now controlled by "org.hibernate.engine.jdbc.spi.SqlStatementLogger".
i don't see any reason what we need ask user to make this change
[10:16] <smarlow> stliu: "do we really want to change this commonly used logging name". We can change the statement logging class to:
[10:16] <smarlow> private static final CoreMessageLogger LOG = Logger.getMessageLogger(CoreMessageLogger.class, "org.hibernate.SQL");
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