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Bulk load of eager mapped by (inverse) relationships

When a collection of objects is retrieved by ObjectDB (e.g. by a query) ordinary referenced objects and collection of objects that have to be loaded eagerly are loaded in bulk for better performance. However, inverse (mapped by) references that have to be loaded eagerly currently do not participate
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Caching/Paging Questions...

and setMaxResults could improve performance, but the effect is highly dependent on the specific query. geekox86
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calling persist on an object more than once

, since usually persist does access the database, so checking for existing entity in the database is only performed on commit or flush. dmoshal
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Cascade delete with unidirectional mapping

you have to perform the operation explicitly in your code (maybe in a lifecycle event). vachagan
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Cascading merge() leading to "Attempt to persist a reference to a non managed instance" error

Dear Support Using Objectdb 2.3.4_02 I ran into an exception while performing some tests with a parent/child relationship and cascading merge() operations. The parent has an application defined id, while the child's id is generated, but I don't know if this is of concern. The following "test case
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collection of embedded objects

and improve performance. In many cases queries will run faster when using embedded objects, but not
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Compile time enhancement using build.xml of a Netbeans web application

on the Netbeans forum: Request help in adapting build.xml to perform ObjectDB enhancement
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Composite indexes

you will have to check performance with and without such an index. 4. Are @Index field used
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Convert embedded database to server

  The benefit of the embedded-server mode is of course better performance of the main application
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Criteria Query results in a NoResultException instead of returning object

to implicit parameters (to improve performance and to make using entity objects in queries easier