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Entity Management Settings

", "soft" and "strong". Modified entities are always held by strong references in the persistence

Soft Reference Object Cache Recommendation

[] and instruct ObjectDB to use soft reference for its Level One (L1) object data cache. I disable the L2 cache ... ="1mb" max-threads="10" />

Working with JPA Entity Objects

soft references instead of weak references. The contains method can check if a specified entity object

Entity Management Config questions

). The valid values are "weak", "soft" and "strong". Modified entities are always held by strong ... : What exactly is the difference between "weak", "soft", and "strong" references? dmoshal David Moshal ... -weak-references For more information, please see: http://www.google.com/search?q=java+strong+weak+soft+reference support Support

ObjectDB's Database Doctor Incorrect Error Report

using 64KB if a larger page size is specified. We preferred a soft fix rather than an exception in

Cascading makeTransient

the reference to that instance from its com.objectdb.o.ENT should become week or soft). The direct

How Should I Configure objectdb.conf to Obtain 256KB Disk IO Requests and Maximize Shared PersistenceManager Entity Cache?

These are questions asked in the context of the proposed architecture described in the forum thread titled, "Sample JDO Architecture for Follow Up Questions". I tried to configure my objectdb.conf to give 256KB disk accesses and use PersistenceManager L1 ref=soft caching and datastore pagefile

Caching/Paging Questions...

purpose - consider soft references, which are something in the middle between weak and strong

Storing Images and Object Pooling

configuration from weak to soft or strong. However, notice that objects are cached as objects

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