|Re: [Texo] Lazy Loading with Texo [message #1281810 is a reply to message #1281170]
||Tue, 01 April 2014 11:40
| Martin Taal
Registered: July 2009
Hmm not now, you can check the internals of the EObjectStore, it basically calls the json webservice, the json
webservice supports what you want:
So you can force a load by querying for additional referenced data.
I propose the following, can you subclass/extend the EObjectStore with your code and then if you want (I hope!) attach
it to a bugzilla? Then I can add this to the EObjectStore implementation.
Or maybe what you mean is a list of efeature names which are to be loaded and returned as part of the json? Also for
On 03/31/2014 03:14 PM, Bastian Wagenfeld wrote:
> I've got a question regarding lazy loading or better selective loading with Texo. Therefore I'll create a little example:
> I want to a list of objects (ObjectA) consisting of primitive types and other object references.
> -- name : String
> -- description : String
> -- ref : ObjectB (Reference)
> -- list : List<ObjectC> (Containment list)
> Is it possible to load everything in this object besides the containment list (name, description and ref)? That would be
> Or is it otherwise possible to query those other attributes via the ObjectStore? The query-method won't work, since it
> only returns whole EObjects.
> I would be very happy for any hint!
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