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javax.persistence.spi.PersistenceUnitInfo

-(re)definition time Since: JPA 1.0 boolean excludeUnlistedClasses() Returns whether classes in
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javax.persistence.Temporal

) protected java.util.Date endDate; Since: JPA 1.0 Learn how to define and use date and time
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makePersistent(pc)

persistent-new instances (return true to isPersistent, isNew, and isDirty). But at commit time
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ODB IndexActivation NullPointerException

) * Batch ended at 88 I've read that: "Indexing large amount of data may take considerable processing time ... is thrown. If you use embedded mode please check if the connection time to the database affects ... and another attempt is done next time. So maybe opening and closing the database for very short periods (in
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persist(entity)

at flush or commit time.) IllegalArgumentException - if the instance is not an entity
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persisting object with long[][] arrays of array

= FetchType.EAGER, cascade = CascadeType.ALL) public long[] time;     @OneToMany(fetch = FetchType.EAGER ... long[][] b2;     public TESTObject(String ids, long[] time, long[][] a1, long[][] a2, long[][] b1, long[][] b2) {         this.id = ids;         this.time = time;         this.a1 = a1
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removeInstanceLifecycleListener(listener)

is configurable (before the first time getPersistenceManager is called). Parameters: listener - the listener instance to be removed Since: JDO 2.0
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setIgnoreCache(ignoreCache)

transactions, this can dramatically improve query response times. Parameters: ignoreCache - the setting of the ignoreCache option. Since: JDO 1.0
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setOptimistic(optimistic)

Method javax.jdo.Transaction void setOptimistic(   boolean optimistic ) Optimistic transactions do not hold data store locks until commit time. If an implementation does not support this option, a JDOUnsupportedOptionException is thrown. Parameters: optimistic - the value of the Optimistic flag. Since: JDO 1.0
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setResultClass(cls)

class Date; or one of the java.sql classes Date, Time, or Timestamp; or a user-defined class