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Is it possible to remove parent/child entities without refresh?

We have a big entity object tree in our project. If I use the entityManager.remove(childEntity) method to remove a child entity a entityManager.refresh(parentEntity) is necessary in order to have an updated parent/child object tree in memory. But entityManager.refresh is too slow for our project


with an EntityManager (represented by em in the following code snippets), which serves as a factory

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");         EntityManager em = emf.createEntityManager();         em.getTransaction().begin();         MyEntity e

Online Backup

Backup The online backup can be started by executing a special query on an EntityManager (em

Updating JPA Entity Objects

entity object from within an active transaction. No EntityManager's method is invoked to report

JPA Criteria API Queries

the EntityManagerFactory's getCriteriaBuilder method or by the EntityManager's getCriteriaBuilder method (both methods


EntityManager.getReference is accessed but the entity does not exist. Thrown when EntityManager.refresh is called and the object no longer exists in the database. Thrown when EntityManager.lock is used ... , if one is active, will be marked for rollback. Since: JPA 1.0 See Also: EntityManager.getReference


: IllegalStateException - if the entity manager factory has been closed Since: JPA 1.0 EntityManager createEntityManager() Create a new application-managed EntityManager. Create a new application-managed EntityManager. This method returns a new EntityManager instance each time it is invoked. The isOpen


, if one is active, will be marked for rollback. Since: JPA 1.0 See Also: EntityManager.find(Class, Object, LockModeType) EntityManager.find(Class, Object, LockModeType, java.util.Map) EntityManager.lock(Object, LockModeType) EntityManager.lock(Object, LockModeType, java.util.Map


javax.jdo Interface JDOEntityManager Superinterfaces: EntityManager, PersistenceManager Since: JDO ... getDelegate() Return the underlying provider object for the EntityManager, if available. Return the underlying provider object for the EntityManager, if available. The result of this method is implementation

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