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Unable to execute update query

) {                 System.out.println(i);                 em.getTransaction().commit();                 em.flush

Query results are not up to date for entities, not primitives

",     personID)   .executeUpdate(); em2   .flush(); em2   .clear(); tr   .commit

finding post-persist pre-commit objects

Hi, I'm wondering if there is a way to have post-persisted, pre-committed, objects show up in queries? ie: the object has been persisted, but not yet committed. Dave dmoshal David Moshal Yes, by setting the flush mode. support Support thanks, worked for me. dmoshal David Moshal

Query problem after transaction commit

issue with a simple solution (e.g. changing flush mode from commit to auto could solve

PersistenceException: Failed to locate field

your question re the server having access to an old version, shouldn't it automatically flush it's caches

Where Does ObjectDB Block/Lock?

operations. On commit (or flush) optimistic lock checks verify that different transactions do not

Newbie : How to return the auto-generated ID

value is available only after commit or flush and not after persist. If you need to have the id

ObjectDB 2.6.2

Added support of entity classes with missing implemented interfaces in the Explorer. Added method com.objectdb.Utilities.newTrackable(em, cls) for improved performance. Added a temporary workaround for NullPointerException on query after flush (issue #1623). Improved title of query result windows

Getting an error when adding activation code to conf file

.persist(myEntity); if(i % 5000 == 0) { em.flush(); em

ObjectDB 2.8.5

Fixed a bug in using AS in SELECT NEW (breaks some Spring Data JPA queries). Fixed a bug in tracking changes to new collections after flush (issue #2640). Fixed a StackOverflowError on no access permission to objectdb.conf (issue #2643). Fixed a bug in managing pessimistic locks after using

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