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postStore(event)

Method javax.jdo.listener.StoreLifecycleListener void postStore(   InstanceLifecycleEvent event ) Invoked whenever a persistent instance is stored, for example during javax.jdo.PersistenceManager.flush or javax.jdo.Transaction.commit. It is called after the field values have been stored. Parameters: event - the store event. Since: JDO 2.0
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preStore(event)

Method javax.jdo.listener.StoreLifecycleListener void preStore(   InstanceLifecycleEvent event ) Invoked whenever a persistent instance is stored, for example during javax.jdo.PersistenceManager.flush or javax.jdo.Transaction.commit. It is called before the method StoreCallback.jdoPreStore
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setSynchronization(sync)

Method javax.jdo.Transaction void setSynchronization(   Synchronization sync ) The user can specify a Synchronization instance to be notified on transaction completions. The beforeCompletion method is called prior to flushing instances to the data store. The afterCompletion method is called
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javax.jdo.Query

instances of affected classes in the cache are first flushed to the datastore. Instances in the cache
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javax.jdo.Transaction

prior to flushing instances to the data store. The afterCompletion method is called after performing
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Remove an entity which attributes were changed - OptimisticLockException

and will fail with OptimisticLockException if user 1 is committing or flushing the changes before user 2 ... on the same object by two different users. Note that user 1 may flush the changes implicitly by running a query. You can run specific queries with COMMIT flush mode to avoid flushing changes to the database
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On ensuring ID available after persist

it did. Performing em.flush() immediately after em.persist(e) seems to work (although I'm not sure about the performance hit of flushing every time). This can be encapsulated as a wrapping persist(Object) method that also always flushes after persist(), to afford central experimentation. I
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Database Inconsistency or corruption

(attr.getValue());       }       em.flush();       if(em.contains(attr)){         em.merge(attr);       }else{         em.persist(attr);       }       em.flush();     }     */     ObjectValue ... () + 1);     System.out.println("Trying to commit");     em.flush();         System.out.println
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evictAll() behavior

of object in one transaction and i want to reclaim memory after commit or even better after flush but  I can imagine that after flush method it could be problematic so i did sth like ... (picture);    if ((p % 100) == 0) {     System.out.println("Cache size before flush = " + pm
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Remove a modified entity cause an optimistic lock exception

although the former query has cause an automatically flush. Best regards We started exploring ... the database. Modifying the object. Flushing changes to the database (by running a query in ... but without the flush. Accordingly the following console application includes flush before remove and throws