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detachCopyAll(pcs)

Method javax.jdo.PersistenceManager Collection detachCopyAll(   Collection pcs ) Detach the specified instances from the PersistenceManager. The flags for detachment (DETACH_LOAD_FIELDS and DETACH_UNLOAD_FIELDS) and the active fetch groups determine the scope of fetching for the graph
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makeTransient(pc, useFetchPlan)

to the pc parameter, as if detachCopy(Object) had been called. After the graph of instances is loaded
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makeTransientAll(pcs, useFetchPlan)

is applied to the pcs parameters and the entire graph of instances reachable via loaded fields
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makeTransientAll(pcs, useFetchPlan)

is applied to the pcs parameters and the entire graph of instances reachable via loaded fields
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makeTransientAll(useFetchPlan, pcs)

is applied to the pcs parameters and the entire graph of instances reachable via loaded fields
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ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException on flush

: rbccm.felix.framework.ApplicationException: Error flushing graph container at rbccm.felix ... ().rollback(); throw new ApplicationException("Error flushing graph container", e); } finally ... writing to database file 'F:\calculationservice\objectdb\dbs\workflow\uatsrtlonw342-WSAgent-1-Graphs
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Dirty checking

other words, given a graph of objects, I'd like to know all the objects that changed and commited, so that I can generate view messages based on that graph of objects.  e.g: if a collection of User Entity ... ' state.  However, unless the relevant parts of the object graph have already been retrieved
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ObjectDB vs Neo4J

What are the main difference apart from the JPA. Can ObjectDB provide the same Graph functionalities. Regards. ObjectDB is an Object Oriented Database and Neo4J is a graph database ... graph functionalities, but probably not all the functionality of a pure graph database
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Fetching Collections Puzzle

I am working on a project where I need to travel through a massive graph of objects ... Eager, then isn't the database actually retrieving the whole graph stored in the database, considering that every Node in my graph is at some level descendant of the root Node. I have been looking
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Cascading makeTransient

levels of embedding, so the only possible way would be to traverse the whole graph of object nodes ... ) had been called. After the graph of instances is loaded, the instances reachable via loaded fields