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Problem with ReportQuery [message #527911] Fri, 16 April 2010 21:39 Go to next message
Tiziano  is currently offline Tiziano Friend
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Registered: April 2010
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Hello everybody
I'm very new to Java and EclipseLink so apologize me for my maybe stupid question. I use a entitymanger and a query to populate a jtable (a binded jtable). At the end of my jframe i insert another jtable that have to show totals of my envoice (another binded jtable). In order to show total i use ReportQuery. The report query update my total only when I call EntityManger.GetTransaction().COMMIT.
My question is ReportQuery work in a disconnected way. If so my total would me updated without call EntityManger.GetTransaction().commit and read data from database. I misunderstand something.
I use such code in order to update my total and this work fine only when i call EntityManager.getTransaction().commit
private void AggiornaTotaliFattura() {

Session uow = ((EntityManagerImpl) entityManager1).getActiveSession();
try {
Integer idFatt = (CurrentRecord == null ? 0 : CurrentRecord.getNIdFattura());
Expression idFatturaExpression;
ExpressionBuilder emp= new ExpressionBuilder(TFattureR.class);
ReportQuery query = new ReportQuery(TFattureR.class, emp);
query.addSum("nImponibile", ExpressionMath.multiply(emp.get("nImponibile"), emp.get("nQta")));
idFatturaExpression = emp.get("nIdFattura").equal(emp.getParameter("parIDFATTURA "));
List args = new ArrayList();
setTotaleFattura((List) uow.executeQuery(query, args));

} catch (Exception e) {


thank for any suggestions
Re: Problem with ReportQuery [message #528150 is a reply to message #527911] Mon, 19 April 2010 14:21 Go to previous message
James Sutherland is currently offline James SutherlandFriend
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Registered: July 2009
Location: Ottawa, Canada
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Not sure I understand.

Is you issue you are in a transaction and have made changes and want the report query result to reflect those changes? In this case you can call EntityManager.flush() to flush the current changes to the database, this will allow the report query to see the changes.

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