ECLIPSELINK DOCUMENTATION PDF
EclipseLink is an advanced, object- persistence and persistence, supporting the JPA (Java Persistence API) specification and a native API. Refer to the EclipseLink Documentation Center. Please see the EclipseLink Solutions Guide and Understanding EclipseLink ( Concepts Search the EclipseLink JPA documentation wiki.
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Post as a guest Name. Always use sequence number pre-allocation for best performance for inserts. In general, no locking is faster, but may not meet your needs for data consistency. Object-Relational Data Type — For transactional persistence of Java objects to special-purpose structured data source representations optimized for storage in object-relational data type databases such as Oracle Database. For more information on using Partioned and other partitioning policy annotations, see “Partitioning Annotations” at http: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
EclipseLink, JPA, and Oracle Coherence
Isolation There is not a single tuning parameter that sets a particular database transaction isolation level in a JPA application that uses EclipseLink. I suggest reading this. docmentation
You may also consider using optimized loading with LoadGroups which allows a query to force instantiation of relationships. We are in the process of updating it to a much more usable JPA focused set of wiki pages. The information in this chapter assumes that you are familiar with the basic functionality of EclipseLink. The schema for documentatiion JPA persistence configuration file http: Eclopselink this is subjective I guess and other people may have a different opinion I disagree, but as I said, this is subjective.
EclipseLink includes support for EJB 3. By default, all query types search the database first and then synchronize with the cache. For best performance, restore the logging levels to the default levels when you are done profiling or debugging.
Understanding EclipseLink Concepts 2. Batch fetching can also be set using the BatchFetch annotation.
Introduction to EclipseLink Queries at http: Join Fetching Join fetching is a query optimization feature that enables a single query for a class to return the data to documentatiob the instances of that class and its related objects.
Consult your use case scenarios to determine is using these parameters is appropriate for your environment:.
The schema for the native EclipseLink mapping file http: By default, EclipseLink assumes that your application has exclusive access to the data it is using that is, there are no external, non-EclipseLink, applications modifying the data. For example, when a user scans the result set a page at a time looking for a particular result and then discards the rest of the data after the record is found.
Defining an entity as read-only can perform better than an entity that is not defined as read-only, yet does no inserts, updates, or deletes, since it enables EclipseLink to optimize the unit of work performance. Typically, these properties can be used when the entire result set of a query returning a large number of rows is not needed. This can result in a significant performance improvement, especially if the application is interested only in the contents of the retrieved object, rather than the objects to which it is related.
Generating a Web Service for accessing a Table Basic example illustrating how a table can easily be exposed as a web service using default CRUD operations. Batch fetching has three types: Spatial sample is not supported on AIX Platform. In the case when you want to avoid stale data, but getting stale data is not a major issue, then using a cache expiry policy would be the recommended solution.
When you configure lazy reading also known as indirection, lazy loading, or just-in-time reading for an attribute mapped with a relationship mapping, EclipseLink uses an indirection object as a place holder for the referenced object.