|Re: [eclipselink-users] the SQL-update statement happens while Eclipselink is looking for a record|
Hi James Well, disabling weavng does work around that problem, although according to the documentation it also stops lazy loading so wouldn't be a production-friendly solution for us at present as it will result in some images being loaded on a regular basis which would kill the performance of my application. I can't really post our production code as it is confidential but I'd be happy to derive a minimal test case if there is any likelihood of the problem being addressed sometime before May 2009. As we are going live shortly after that it isn't much use to us in the short term unless we can do that. Seems that there are other issues for me with EclipseLink too - in my JUnit tests a while after this I have an EntityManager.delete call on another (related) entity which works fine using Toplink Essentials but in EclipseLink generates this exception: Exception [EclipseLink-7197] (Eclipse Persistence Services - 1.0.2 (Build 20081024)): org.eclipse.persistence.exceptions.ValidationException Exception Description: Null primary key encountered in unit of work clone [com.prologic.cms.database.generated.CmsCategoryMap@3724bcd]. Any idea about that one ? Again, I'm happy to try and put together a minimal test case (though not one which involves a specific test IDE like JDeveloper as I've been requested to do via Oracle Support before now - Ant and the source code should be ok ?) Cheers (and thanks for the helpful suggestion re weaving Richard James Sutherland wrote: > > Can't think of any reason this would occur. Please include your mapping > and class and what you are doing. If it worked on Essentials it could > have something to do with change tracking, try disabling weaving to see if > it is the cause, "eclipselink.weaving"="false". > > > -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/the-SQL-update-statement-happens-while-Eclipselink-is-looking-for-a-record-tp18965374p21338158.html Sent from the EclipseLink - Users mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
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