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FlushModeType.AUTO

Enum Constant javax.persistence.FlushModeType AUTO (Default) Flushing to occur at query execution. Since: JPA 1.0
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getFlushMode()

Method javax.persistence.EntityManager FlushModeType getFlushMode() Get the flush mode that applies to all objects contained in the persistence context. Returns: flushMode Since: JPA 1.0
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javax.jdo.annotations.Unique

javax.jdo.annotations Annotation Unique Target: Classes and fields (including property get methods) Annotation for a database unique constraint. Used for database schema generation to create unique constraints. Also used to reorder database operations when flushing changes to avoid unique
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javax.persistence.EntityExistsException

is invoked, or the EntityExistsException or another PersistenceException may be thrown at flush or commit
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javax.persistence.LockTimeoutException

not result in transaction rollback. This exception may be thrown as part of an API call, at, flush
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javax.persistence.OptimisticLockException

. This exception may be thrown as part of an API call, a flush or at commit time. The current transaction
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javax.persistence.OrderColumn

is responsible for updating the ordering upon flushing to the database to reflect any insertion, deletion
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javax.persistence.PessimisticLockException

. This exception may be thrown as part of an API call, a flush or at commit time. The current
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makePersistent(pc)

, then flush or checkConsistency should be called after attaching the instances. These methods
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persist(entity)

at flush or commit time.) IllegalArgumentException - if the instance is not an entity