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Merge with Parent/Child entities not possible

, CascadeType.REFRESH })   private ParentEntity parent;   @Column   private String childName ... parentEntity = parentEntityQuery.getSingleResult();   entityManager.refresh(parentEntity);   Assert ... .refresh(parentEntity);   Assert.assertEquals(1, parentEntity.getChildren().size()); } } wua Andreas

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

When using the CriteriaBuilder to query, the loaded list are not refreshed according to the latest updates. But, when using the JPQL Query, the list are refreshed, and, when I querying for primitive fields like Strings, the list of primitives are loading refreshed too. Any variations on update

BeanCreationException in spring data JPA with objectDB

.java:895) at ... :895) at ... .AbstractApplicationContext.refresh( at org.springframework.web

Cascading persistence through an inverse field

={PERSIST, REFRESH, MERGE}) private Set points = new HashSet<>(); public void addPoint ... { @ManyToMany(mappedBy="points", cascade={PERSIST, REFRESH, MERGE}) private Setrefreshed) from the database after commit or flush. You may try synchronizing

find() delay

Lai Yang Try: em.refresh(employee); support Support Ok, finally, the refresh() is the bingo. Thanks very much! gzdillon Lai Yang

spuriously objectdb objects have null references

from time to time we have in a multi threaded environment objects where all the references are null (i.e. references actions, childNodes), even after a subsequent refresh. we are using a separate ... objects cannot be refreshed. Does it happen only for lazy collection fields? Could you please check

Transaction isolation support?

disabled in the configuration). You can use refresh to get an up to date version of an object. To avoid ... , then it depends on the fetch setting. Anyway, you can always refresh the User instance to get up to date content. support Support

Access entity version before commit transaction

field it doesn´t. I tried transaction.flush() in combination with transaction.refresh(entity ...             transaction.flush();             transaction.refresh(flight);             // now I get the right

Optimistic lock

Hello When I get an optimistic lock on an object, refresh(), start trans and persist? Will the changes made to the object before the violation be retained or must they be duplicated in the retry code ... do I need to refresh() the object start a transaction, reapply the changes,persist and commit

evictAll() behavior

-- is this specified in the JDO spec? Cheers, Andrew andrewmcveigh Andrew McVeigh Refreshing managed objects ... all transactional instances to be refreshed. If a transaction is not in progress

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