Entitymanager merge not updating database

Persistence Context; import org.springframework.transaction.annotation. figures out how to persist the domain by looking at the ORM configuration, it performs the CRUD (create, read, update and delete) operations on the domain objects in this section you will learn about the starts to manage an entity, it synchronizes the entities state with the database, it also ensures that any changes are reflected in the database, it accomplishes this by holding an object reference to the managed entity and periodically checking for data freshness, if it finds that the entity has changed it synchronizes with the database.I have create , update and remove functionality for the same.I have a model : Administrator Model which has a List of another model: Administrator User Model in it. When i pass a list of new users assigned to the role and update it using merge function in JPA, it works fine.PERSIST) public void set Billing Info(Billing Info billing) { Note: you can also use Cascade Type. ALL method is invoked, this could include BLOBs or CLOBs, which means that it could have an performance impact.Because BLOBs and CLOBs have a heavy impact on I/O operations these should only be loaded when necessary.I've tried the Entity Manager.flush() method but nothing changed. Thx Bibi It sounds like you have a race condition related to transaction issues.Your second request for the same, but edited object is coming through and being satisfied before the transaction of your first request commits.

The container will take care of opening, closing and looking up the @Target() @Retention(RUNTIME) public @interface Persistence Context Notes: name - specifies the JNDI name of the persistence context unit Name - specifies the name of the persistence unit which is a group of entities used in a application type - specifies the scope which can be either TRANSACTION (default) or EXTENDED Here is an example of changing the scope, remember you cannot use the extended scope for stateless session beans or MDBs.Hello all, I'm trying to update an object "a" of type "A" in a database (Postgres SQL) via the Entity Manager.merge() method but it seems like the data are not edited in the base soon enough.Let's say "a" has a field name set to null and I wanna edit it.All entity listeners are stateless in nature and you cannot assume that there is a one-to-one relationship between an entity instance and a listener instance.

Listeners follow OO inheritance rules, thus the picture below details the listener execution order.

I can't really comment further without knowing how you're managing transactions or whether or not you're using JTA. Specifically with nested transactions and the read Only flag (which only Hibernate makes use of I believe).

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