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Dirty checking

the database. ie: which objects, and which collections of objects, have been dirtied. in the jdo api ... if an entity object is dirty using the static JDOHelper.isDeleted method. support Support > You may also use JDO methods (even if your application uses JPA) so you can check if an entity object is dirty
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Entity Management Settings

" on-persist="false" on-commit="true" /> <dirty-tracking arrays="false" /> </entities ... for entities: The ref attribute specifies the reference type for holding non dirty entities in ... cascade) is sufficient. The <dirty-tracking> element <dirty-tracking arrays="false" /> The arrays
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Updating JPA Entity Objects

automatically JDOHelper.makeDirty(employee, "projects"); // reported as dirty em.getTransaction
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Locking in JPA

. The OPTIMISTIC_FORCE_INCREMENT mode affects only clean (non dirty) entity objects. Explicit lock at that mode marks the clean entity object as modified (dirty) and increases its version number by 1 ... that it marks a clean entity object as dirty and increases its version number by one (i.e. it combines
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ObjectState.PERSISTENT_NONTRANSACTIONAL_DIRTY

Enum Constant javax.jdo.ObjectState PERSISTENT_NONTRANSACTIONAL_DIRTY Since: JDO 1.0
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ObjectState.PERSISTENT_DIRTY

Enum Constant javax.jdo.ObjectState PERSISTENT_DIRTY Since: JDO 1.0
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ObjectState.DETACHED_DIRTY

Enum Constant javax.jdo.ObjectState DETACHED_DIRTY Since: JDO 1.0
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InstanceLifecycleEvent.DIRTY

Static Field javax.jdo.listener.InstanceLifecycleEvent int DIRTY Since: JDO 2.0
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ObjectState.TRANSIENT_DIRTY

Enum Constant javax.jdo.ObjectState TRANSIENT_DIRTY Since: JDO 1.0
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javax.jdo.spi.PersistenceCapable

is persistent, transactional, dirty, new, deleted, or detached; and to get its associated ... .jdo.JDOHelper.isDetached(Object pc) boolean jdoIsDirty() Tests whether this object is dirty. Tests whether this object is dirty. Instances that have been modified, deleted, or newly made persistent in

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