Introduced in this change:

ctrl+f ‘flushmode’ in[]=/webdsls/trunk/src/org/webdsl/dsl/to-java-servlet/java-entity-main.str@5385&compare[]=/webdsls/trunk/src/org/webdsl/dsl/to-java-servlet/java-entity-main.str@5386

This might have been done to set the default session flushmode to COMMIT, until there is a change. When there is a change, change it to AUTO, such that queries performed after a change will return the correct results (respecting the new state).

The problem is that I cannot change the session flushmode in some native java code that needs to persist large batches of entities, because it will be overridden each time a entity property is changed. It now flushes over and over again whenever I need to perform a query on unchanged data.

Submitted by Elmer van Chastelet on 30 September 2013 at 11:09

On 1 October 2013 at 10:35 Elmer van Chastelet commented:

I managed to workaround the issue by setting the flush-mode to MANUAL every time a query is performed that does not target the changed data. This speeds up my code significantly.

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