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Cursor in Eclipselink lazy loading [message #1739662] Wed, 03 August 2016 14:49 Go to next message
Tareq Zaman is currently offline Tareq ZamanFriend
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Registered: August 2016
Location: USA
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We use Eclipselink version 2.5.2.v20140319 to connect to SQL server
2008 from Weblogic 12C EJB container. We have connection pool set up
in Weblogic server, using Eclilpselink sessions.xml for connectivity
setup. What we are seeing simple lazy loading SQL queries creating
Fetch API cursor on the database side. These fetch API cursors taking
huge memory. Does anybody know if lazy loading creates cursors by
default or there is a way to turn it off?
I have been looking up on this thing, not able to get concrete
evidence. Any pointers would be appreciated.
Thank you for reading this.

Re: Cursor in Eclipselink lazy loading [message #1741080 is a reply to message #1739662] Mon, 22 August 2016 19:36 Go to previous message
Chris Delahunt is currently offline Chris DelahuntFriend
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Default isn't quite default when you are talking about using sessions.xml. Sessions.xml is legacy native EclipseLink/TopLink api access giving full control over everything. It could be that your application was configured to use cursors, but you need to look at what those cursors are accessing then trace back to your mappings to help narrow it down. If you can isolate the process triggering the read in the database, that would also help.
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