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Cascade delete with unidirectional mapping

Suppose entity A is referenced from entity B, like (A -> * B) but not actually having that reference, instead only B has @ManyToOne relationship to A and A has none. Is there a way to cascade delete ... ? vachagan Vachagan Operations are cascaded using relationships, so if you have no relationship in

Double persist of Entity field with Cascade.ALL

bookTitle; @OneToMany(cascade= CascadeType.ALL, fetch= FetchType.EAGER) private List<Chapter ... Your test project demonstrates a bug in cascading merge to new entity objects. A new issue was filled

Cascading delete

Is there a configuration parameter to set this? dmoshal David Moshal You can set cascade delete using annotations (see also the Orphan Removal section). JDO defines similar annotations, and both JPA ... configuration. You cannot set global cascade delete since that will be too risky - you may delete the entire database. support Support

Cascading makeTransient

. I supposed that makeTransient() should work somehow cascading even for the fields of the Entity ... new). Cascading makeTransient may solve the issue, but may cause other problems (slower makeTransient

Puzzler: Not getting cascades on read from Spring context

I've determined that the database is correctly initialized, looking at it from the Object Explorer, I can run the code that loads the database in a Junit test and it's initializing the children objects correctly, but in the application running in Jetty with Spring, fetching is not cascading

ObjectDB 2.6.9_06 (embedded): Cascading merge resulting in duplicate objects

This issue maybe related to issue #110 (http://www.objectdb.com/database/issue/110). Because that issue has been closed as "fixed", I am reporting this new issue. This is my class definition: @Entity public abstract class Person {     @OneToMany(fetch=FetchType.EAGER, cascade=CascadeType

Error during cascaded merge

= "unit", cascade = CascadeType.ALL, orphanRemoval = true, fetch = FetchType.EAGER)     @OrderBy

Cascading (persist) with a mix of enhanced and not enhanced entities

Cascading (persist) with a mix of enhanced and not enhanced entities

Cascade.ALL with LAZY fetchtype does not clean up all references on remove

Hello, I have a tree of entity classes that reference others using Cascade.ALL in combination with FetchType.LAZY. If I now delete a root entity using EntityManager.remove all leaf nodes will not be deleted. This only applies to the leaf nodes. If I add an additional the behaviour changes

Updating JPA Entity Objects

can be cascaded from all the entity objects that have to be stored in the database, including from ... . If global cascade persist is enabled all the reachable entity objects that are not managed

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