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javax.persistence.PostUpdate

javax.persistence Annotation PostUpdate Target: Callback methods Is used to specify callback methods for the corresponding lifecycle event. This annotation may be applied to methods of an entity class, a mapped superclass, or a callback listener class. Since: JPA 1.0 Learn how to define and use JPA
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javax.jdo.listener.LoadCallback

javax.jdo.listener Interface LoadCallback Subinterfaces: InstanceCallbacks This interface is used to notify instances of load events. Since: JDO 2.0 void jdoPostLoad() Called after the values are loaded from the data store into this instance. Called after the values are loaded from the data store
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javax.jdo.listener.StoreCallback

javax.jdo.listener Interface StoreCallback Subinterfaces: InstanceCallbacks This interface is used to notify instances of store events. Since: JDO 2.0 void jdoPreStore() Called before the values are stored from this instance to the data store. Called before the values are stored from this instance
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GenerationType.AUTO

on how to create such resources in the event that it does not support schema generation or cannot create the schema resource at runtime. Since: JPA 1.0
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getTarget()

Method javax.jdo.listener.InstanceLifecycleEvent Object getTarget() The target object of the Event. Although not deprecated, it is recommended that the the methods getPersistentInstance() and getDetachedInstance() be used instead. Returns: The detached instance for preDetach and postAttach
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getSource()

Method javax.jdo.listener.InstanceLifecycleEvent Object getSource() The source object of the Event. Although not deprecated, it is recommended that the the methods getPersistentInstance() and getDetachedInstance() be used instead. Returns: The persistent instance on any pre- callback
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javax.persistence.PrePersist

javax.persistence Annotation PrePersist Target: Callback methods Is used to specify callback methods for the corresponding lifecycle event. This annotation may be applied to methods of an entity class, a mapped superclass, or a callback listener class. Since: JPA 1.0 Learn how to define and use JPA
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Errors in log to repprt

(WebSocketServerListener.java:171) at org.eclipse.jetty.websocket.common.events ... .websocket.common.events.AbstractEventDriver.appendMessage(AbstractEventDriver.java:65) at org.eclipse.jetty.websocket.common.events.JettyListenerEventDriver.onTextFrame(JettyListenerEventDriver.java
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Mismatch client-server protocol prefix

, AccessType accessType, String note) { LoginEvent event = new LoginEvent(); event.setAccessType(AccessType.REST); event.setNote(note); event.setTimestamp(new Date()); if(accessType != null) { event.setAccessType(accessType
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again merger missing logs + objectdb exception

.onWebSocketText(WebSocketServerListener.java:128) at org.eclipse.jetty.websocket.common.events ... .websocket.common.events.AbstractEventDriver.appendMessage(AbstractEventDriver.java:65) at org.eclipse.jetty.websocket.common.events.JettyListenerEventDriver.onTextFrame(JettyListenerEventDriver.java

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