javax.jdo
Interface PersistenceManager

All Known Subinterfaces:
JDOEntityManager

public interface PersistenceManager

PersistenceManager is the primary interface for JDO-aware application components. It is the factory for Query and Transaction instances, and contains methods to manage the life cycle of PersistenceCapable instances.

A PersistenceManager is obtained from the PersistenceManagerFactory (recommended) or by construction.

Version:
2.1

Method Summary
 void addInstanceLifecycleListener(InstanceLifecycleListener listener, java.lang.Class... classes)
          Adds the listener instance to the list of lifecycle event listeners.
 void checkConsistency()
          Validates the PersistenceManager cache with the datastore.
 void close()
          Close this PersistenceManager so that no further requests may be made on it.
 Transaction currentTransaction()
          Return the Transaction instance associated with a PersistenceManager.
 void deletePersistent(java.lang.Object pc)
          Delete the persistent instance from the data store.
 void deletePersistentAll(java.util.Collection pcs)
          Delete a Collection of instances from the data store.
 void deletePersistentAll(java.lang.Object... pcs)
          Delete an array of instances from the data store.
<T> T
detachCopy(T pc)
          Detach the specified instance from the PersistenceManager.
<T> java.util.Collection<T>
detachCopyAll(java.util.Collection<T> pcs)
          Detach the specified instances from the PersistenceManager.
<T> T[]
detachCopyAll(T... pcs)
          Detach the specified instances from the PersistenceManager.
 void evict(java.lang.Object pc)
          Mark an instance as no longer needed in the cache.
 void evictAll()
          Mark all persistent-nontransactional instances as no longer needed in the cache.
 void evictAll(boolean subclasses, java.lang.Class pcClass)
          Mark the parameter instances as no longer needed in the cache.
 void evictAll(java.util.Collection pcs)
          Mark a Collection of instances as no longer needed in the cache.
 void evictAll(java.lang.Object... pcs)
          Mark an array of instances as no longer needed in the cache.
 void flush()
          Flushes all dirty, new, and deleted instances to the data store.
 boolean getCopyOnAttach()
          Gets the copyOnAttach setting.
 JDOConnection getDataStoreConnection()
          If this method is called while a datastore transaction is active, the object returned will be enlisted in the current transaction.
 boolean getDetachAllOnCommit()
          Gets the detachAllOnCommit setting.
<T> Extent<T>
getExtent(java.lang.Class<T> persistenceCapableClass)
          Equivalent to getExtent (persistenceCapableClass, true).
<T> Extent<T>
getExtent(java.lang.Class<T> persistenceCapableClass, boolean subclasses)
          The PersistenceManager manages a collection of instances in the data store based on the class of the instances.
 FetchGroup getFetchGroup(java.lang.Class cls, java.lang.String name)
          Get a modifiable FetchGroup for the Class and name.
 FetchPlan getFetchPlan()
          Returns the FetchPlan used by this PersistenceManager.
 boolean getIgnoreCache()
          Get the ignoreCache setting for queries.
 java.util.Set getManagedObjects()
          Get the objects managed by this persistence manager.
 java.util.Set getManagedObjects(java.lang.Class... classes)
          Get the objects managed by this persistence manager being instances of the specified classes.
 java.util.Set getManagedObjects(java.util.EnumSet<ObjectState> states)
          Get the objects managed by this persistence manager having the specified object states.
 java.util.Set getManagedObjects(java.util.EnumSet<ObjectState> states, java.lang.Class... classes)
          Get the objects managed by this persistence manager having the specified object states and being instances of the specified classes.
 boolean getMultithreaded()
          Get the current Multithreaded flag for this PersistenceManager.
<T> T
getObjectById(java.lang.Class<T> cls, java.lang.Object key)
          Looks up the instance of the given type with the given key.
 java.lang.Object getObjectById(java.lang.Object oid)
          Looks up the instance corresponding to the specified oid.
 java.lang.Object getObjectById(java.lang.Object oid, boolean validate)
          This method locates a persistent instance in the cache of instances managed by this PersistenceManager.
 java.lang.Object getObjectId(java.lang.Object pc)
          The ObjectId returned by this method represents the JDO identity of the instance.
 java.lang.Class getObjectIdClass(java.lang.Class cls)
          Return the Class that implements the JDO Identity for the specified PersistenceCapable class.
 java.lang.Object[] getObjectsById(boolean validate, java.lang.Object... oids)
          Return the objects with the given oids.
 java.util.Collection getObjectsById(java.util.Collection oids)
          Return the objects with the given oids.
 java.util.Collection getObjectsById(java.util.Collection oids, boolean validate)
          Return the objects with the given oids.
 java.lang.Object[] getObjectsById(java.lang.Object... oids)
          Return the objects with the given oids.
 java.lang.Object[] getObjectsById(java.lang.Object[] oids, boolean validate)
          Deprecated.  
 PersistenceManagerFactory getPersistenceManagerFactory()
          This method returns the PersistenceManagerFactory used to create this PersistenceManager.
 java.lang.Integer getQueryTimeoutMillis()
          Get the default query timeout setting for all Query instances obtained from this PersistenceManager.
 Sequence getSequence(java.lang.String name)
          Returns the sequence identified by name.
 java.util.Date getServerDate()
          Get the Date as seen by the server.
 java.lang.Object getTransactionalObjectId(java.lang.Object pc)
          The ObjectId returned by this method represents the JDO identity of the instance.
 java.lang.Object getUserObject()
          The application can manage the PersistenceManager instances more easily by having an application object associated with each PersistenceManager instance.
 java.lang.Object getUserObject(java.lang.Object key)
          Get the value for the specified key from the map of user objects.
 boolean isClosed()
          A PersistenceManager instance can be used until it is closed.
 void makeNontransactional(java.lang.Object pc)
          Make an instance non-transactional after commit.
 void makeNontransactionalAll(java.util.Collection pcs)
          Make a Collection of instances non-transactional after commit.
 void makeNontransactionalAll(java.lang.Object... pcs)
          Make an array of instances non-transactional after commit.
<T> T
makePersistent(T pc)
          Make the parameter instance persistent in this PersistenceManager.
<T> java.util.Collection<T>
makePersistentAll(java.util.Collection<T> pcs)
          Make a Collection of instances persistent.
<T> T[]
makePersistentAll(T... pcs)
          Make an array of instances persistent.
 void makeTransactional(java.lang.Object pc)
          Make an instance subject to transactional boundaries.
 void makeTransactionalAll(java.util.Collection pcs)
          Make a Collection of instances subject to transactional boundaries.
 void makeTransactionalAll(java.lang.Object... pcs)
          Make an array of instances subject to transactional boundaries.
 void makeTransient(java.lang.Object pc)
          Make an instance transient, removing it from management by this PersistenceManager.
 void makeTransient(java.lang.Object pc, boolean useFetchPlan)
          Make an instance transient, removing it from management by this PersistenceManager.
 void makeTransientAll(boolean useFetchPlan, java.lang.Object... pcs)
          Make instances transient, removing them from management by this PersistenceManager.
 void makeTransientAll(java.util.Collection pcs)
          Make a Collection of instances transient, removing them from management by this PersistenceManager.
 void makeTransientAll(java.util.Collection pcs, boolean useFetchPlan)
          Make instances transient, removing them from management by this PersistenceManager.
 void makeTransientAll(java.lang.Object... pcs)
          Make an array of instances transient, removing them from management by this PersistenceManager.
 void makeTransientAll(java.lang.Object[] pcs, boolean useFetchPlan)
          Deprecated.  
<T> T
newInstance(java.lang.Class<T> pcClass)
          Creates an instance of a persistence-capable interface, or of a concrete or abstract class.
 Query newNamedQuery(java.lang.Class cls, java.lang.String queryName)
          Create a new Query with the given candidate class from a named query.
 java.lang.Object newObjectIdInstance(java.lang.Class pcClass, java.lang.Object key)
          This method returns an object id instance corresponding to the pcClass and key arguments.
 Query newQuery()
          Create a new Query with no elements.
 Query newQuery(java.lang.Class cls)
          Create a new Query specifying the Class of the candidate instances.
 Query newQuery(java.lang.Class cls, java.util.Collection cln)
          Create a new Query with the candidate Class and Collection.
 Query newQuery(java.lang.Class cls, java.util.Collection cln, java.lang.String filter)
          Create a new Query with the Class of the candidate instances, candidate Collection, and filter.
 Query newQuery(java.lang.Class cls, java.lang.String filter)
          Create a new Query with the Class of the candidate instances and filter.
 Query newQuery(Extent cln)
          Create a new Query with the Class of the candidate instances and candidate Extent.
 Query newQuery(Extent cln, java.lang.String filter)
          Create a new Query with the candidate Extent and filter; the class is taken from the Extent.
 Query newQuery(java.lang.Object compiled)
          Create a new Query using elements from another Query.
 Query newQuery(java.lang.String query)
          Create a Construct a new query instance using the specified String as the single-string representation of the query.
 Query newQuery(java.lang.String language, java.lang.Object query)
          Create a new Query using the specified language.
 java.lang.Object putUserObject(java.lang.Object key, java.lang.Object val)
          Put the specified key-value pair into the map of user objects.
 void refresh(java.lang.Object pc)
          Refresh the state of the instance from the data store.
 void refreshAll()
          Refresh the state of all applicable instances from the data store.
 void refreshAll(java.util.Collection pcs)
          Refresh the state of a Collection of instances from the data store.
 void refreshAll(JDOException jdoe)
          Refreshes all instances in the exception that failed verification.
 void refreshAll(java.lang.Object... pcs)
          Refresh the state of an array of instances from the data store.
 void removeInstanceLifecycleListener(InstanceLifecycleListener listener)
          Removes the listener instance from the list of lifecycle event listeners.
 java.lang.Object removeUserObject(java.lang.Object key)
          Remove the specified key and its value from the map of user objects.
 void retrieve(java.lang.Object pc)
          Retrieve field values of an instance from the store.
 void retrieve(java.lang.Object pc, boolean useFetchPlan)
          Retrieve field values of an instance from the store.
 void retrieveAll(boolean useFetchPlan, java.lang.Object... pcs)
          Retrieve field values of instances from the store.
 void retrieveAll(java.util.Collection pcs)
          Retrieve field values of instances from the store.
 void retrieveAll(java.util.Collection pcs, boolean useFetchPlan)
          Retrieve field values of instances from the store.
 void retrieveAll(java.lang.Object... pcs)
          Retrieve field values of instances from the store.
 void retrieveAll(java.lang.Object[] pcs, boolean useFetchPlan)
          Deprecated.  
 void setCopyOnAttach(boolean flag)
          Sets the copyOnAttach setting.
 void setDetachAllOnCommit(boolean flag)
          Sets the detachAllOnCommit setting.
 void setIgnoreCache(boolean flag)
          Set the ignoreCache parameter for queries.
 void setMultithreaded(boolean flag)
          Set the Multithreaded flag for this PersistenceManager.
 void setQueryTimeoutMillis(java.lang.Integer interval)
          Set the default query timeout setting for all Query instances obtained from this PersistenceManager.
 void setUserObject(java.lang.Object o)
          The application can manage the PersistenceManager instances more easily by having an application object associated with each PersistenceManager instance.
 

Method Detail

isClosed

boolean isClosed()
A PersistenceManager instance can be used until it is closed.

Returns:
true if this PersistenceManager has been closed.
See Also:
close()

close

void close()
Close this PersistenceManager so that no further requests may be made on it. A PersistenceManager instance can be used only until it is closed.

Closing a PersistenceManager might release it to the pool of available PersistenceManagers, or might be garbage collected, at the option of the JDO implementation. Before being used again to satisfy a getPersistenceManager() request, the default values for options will be restored to their values as specified in the PersistenceManagerFactory.

This method closes the PersistenceManager.


currentTransaction

Transaction currentTransaction()
Return the Transaction instance associated with a PersistenceManager. There is one Transaction instance associated with each PersistenceManager instance. The Transaction instance supports options as well as transaction completion requests.

Returns:
the Transaction associated with this PersistenceManager.

evict

void evict(java.lang.Object pc)
Mark an instance as no longer needed in the cache. Eviction is normally done automatically by the PersistenceManager at transaction completion. This method allows the application to explicitly provide a hint to the PersistenceManager that the instance is no longer needed in the cache.

Parameters:
pc - the instance to evict from the cache.

evictAll

void evictAll(java.lang.Object... pcs)
Mark an array of instances as no longer needed in the cache.

Parameters:
pcs - the array of instances to evict from the cache.
See Also:
evict(Object pc)

evictAll

void evictAll(java.util.Collection pcs)
Mark a Collection of instances as no longer needed in the cache.

Parameters:
pcs - the Collection of instances to evict from the cache.
See Also:
evict(Object pc)

evictAll

void evictAll(boolean subclasses,
              java.lang.Class pcClass)
Mark the parameter instances as no longer needed in the cache.

Parameters:
pcClass - the class of instances to evict
subclasses - if true, mark instances of subclasses also
Since:
2.1

evictAll

void evictAll()
Mark all persistent-nontransactional instances as no longer needed in the cache. It transitions all persistent-nontransactional instances to hollow. Transactional instances are subject to eviction based on the RetainValues setting.

See Also:
evict(Object pc)

refresh

void refresh(java.lang.Object pc)
Refresh the state of the instance from the data store.

In an optimistic transaction, the state of instances in the cache might not match the state in the data store. This method is used to reload the state of the instance from the data store so that a subsequent commit is more likely to succeed.

Outside a transaction, this method will refresh nontransactional state.

Parameters:
pc - the instance to refresh.

refreshAll

void refreshAll(java.lang.Object... pcs)
Refresh the state of an array of instances from the data store.

Parameters:
pcs - the array of instances to refresh.
See Also:
refresh(Object pc)

refreshAll

void refreshAll(java.util.Collection pcs)
Refresh the state of a Collection of instances from the data store.

Parameters:
pcs - the Collection of instances to refresh.
See Also:
refresh(Object pc)

refreshAll

void refreshAll()
Refresh the state of all applicable instances from the data store.

If called with an active transaction, all transactional instances will be refreshed. If called outside an active transaction, all nontransactional instances will be refreshed.

See Also:
refresh(Object pc)

refreshAll

void refreshAll(JDOException jdoe)
Refreshes all instances in the exception that failed verification.

Since:
2.0

newQuery

Query newQuery()
Create a new Query with no elements.

Returns:
the new Query.

newQuery

Query newQuery(java.lang.Object compiled)
Create a new Query using elements from another Query. The other Query must have been created by the same JDO implementation. It might be active in a different PersistenceManager or might have been serialized and restored.

All of the settings of the other Query are copied to this Query, except for the candidate Collection or Extent.

Parameters:
compiled - another Query from the same JDO implementation
Returns:
the new Query

newQuery

Query newQuery(java.lang.String query)
Create a Construct a new query instance using the specified String as the single-string representation of the query.

Parameters:
query - the single-string query
Returns:
the new Query
Since:
2.0

newQuery

Query newQuery(java.lang.String language,
               java.lang.Object query)
Create a new Query using the specified language.

Parameters:
language - the language of the query parameter
query - the query, which is of a form determined by the language
Returns:
the new Query

newQuery

Query newQuery(java.lang.Class cls)
Create a new Query specifying the Class of the candidate instances.

Parameters:
cls - the Class of the candidate instances
Returns:
the new Query

newQuery

Query newQuery(Extent cln)
Create a new Query with the Class of the candidate instances and candidate Extent.

Parameters:
cln - the Extent of candidate instances
Returns:
the new Query

newQuery

Query newQuery(java.lang.Class cls,
               java.util.Collection cln)
Create a new Query with the candidate Class and Collection.

Parameters:
cls - the Class of results
cln - the Collection of candidate instances
Returns:
the new Query

newQuery

Query newQuery(java.lang.Class cls,
               java.lang.String filter)
Create a new Query with the Class of the candidate instances and filter.

Parameters:
cls - the Class of results
filter - the filter for candidate instances
Returns:
the new Query

newQuery

Query newQuery(java.lang.Class cls,
               java.util.Collection cln,
               java.lang.String filter)
Create a new Query with the Class of the candidate instances, candidate Collection, and filter.

Parameters:
cls - the Class of candidate instances
cln - the Collection of candidate instances
filter - the filter for candidate instances
Returns:
the new Query

newQuery

Query newQuery(Extent cln,
               java.lang.String filter)
Create a new Query with the candidate Extent and filter; the class is taken from the Extent.

Parameters:
cln - the Extent of candidate instances
filter - the filter for candidate instances
Returns:
the new Query

newNamedQuery

Query newNamedQuery(java.lang.Class cls,
                    java.lang.String queryName)
Create a new Query with the given candidate class from a named query. The query name given must be the name of a query defined in metadata.

Parameters:
cls - the Class of candidate instances
queryName - the name of the query to look up in metadata
Returns:
the new Query

getExtent

<T> Extent<T> getExtent(java.lang.Class<T> persistenceCapableClass,
                        boolean subclasses)
The PersistenceManager manages a collection of instances in the data store based on the class of the instances. This method returns an Extent of instances in the data store that might be iterated or given to a Query. The Extent itself might not reference any instances, but only hold the class name and an indicator as to whether subclasses are included in the Extent.

Note that the Extent might be very large.

Parameters:
persistenceCapableClass - Class of instances
subclasses - whether to include instances of subclasses
Returns:
an Extent of the specified Class
See Also:
Query

getExtent

<T> Extent<T> getExtent(java.lang.Class<T> persistenceCapableClass)
Equivalent to getExtent (persistenceCapableClass, true).

Since:
2.0
See Also:
getExtent(Class,boolean)

getObjectById

java.lang.Object getObjectById(java.lang.Object oid,
                               boolean validate)
This method locates a persistent instance in the cache of instances managed by this PersistenceManager. The getObjectById method attempts to find an instance in the cache with the specified JDO identity. The oid parameter object might have been returned by an earlier call to getObjectId or getTransactionalObjectId, or might have been constructed by the application.

If the PersistenceManager is unable to resolve the oid parameter to an ObjectId instance, then it throws a JDOUserException.

If the validate flag is false, and there is already an instance in the cache with the same JDO identity as the oid parameter, then this method returns it. There is no change made to the state of the returned instance.

If there is not an instance already in the cache with the same JDO identity as the oid parameter, then this method creates an instance with the specified JDO identity and returns it. If there is no transaction in progress, the returned instance will be hollow or persistent-nontransactional, at the choice of the implementation.

If there is a transaction in progress, the returned instance will be hollow, persistent-nontransactional, or persistent-clean, at the choice of the implementation.

It is an implementation decision whether to access the data store, if required to determine the exact class. This will be the case of inheritance, where multiple PersistenceCapable classes share the same ObjectId class.

If the validate flag is false, and the instance does not exist in the data store, then this method might not fail. It is an implementation choice whether to fail immediately with a JDOObjectNotFoundException. But a subsequent access of the fields of the instance will throw a JDOObjectNotFoundException if the instance does not exist at that time. Further, if a relationship is established to this instance, then the transaction in which the association was made will fail.

If the validate flag is true, and there is already a transactional instance in the cache with the same JDO identity as the oid parameter, then this method returns it. There is no change made to the state of the returned instance.

If there is an instance already in the cache with the same JDO identity as the oid parameter, but the instance is not transactional, then it must be verified in the data store. If the instance does not exist in the datastore, then a JDOObjectNotFoundException is thrown.

If there is not an instance already in the cache with the same JDO identity as the oid parameter, then this method creates an instance with the specified JDO identity, verifies that it exists in the data store, and returns it. If there is no transaction in progress, the returned instance will be hollow or persistent-nontransactional, at the choice of the implementation.

If there is a data store transaction in progress, the returned instance will be persistent-clean. If there is an optimistic transaction in progress, the returned instance will be persistent-nontransactional.

Parameters:
oid - an ObjectId
validate - if the existence of the instance is to be validated
Returns:
the PersistenceCapable instance with the specified ObjectId
See Also:
getObjectId(Object pc), getTransactionalObjectId(Object pc)

getObjectById

<T> T getObjectById(java.lang.Class<T> cls,
                    java.lang.Object key)
Looks up the instance of the given type with the given key.

Parameters:
cls - The type of object to load
key - either the string representation of the object id, or an object representation of a single field identity key
Returns:
the corresponding persistent instance
Since:
2.0

getObjectById

java.lang.Object getObjectById(java.lang.Object oid)
Looks up the instance corresponding to the specified oid. This is equivalent to getObjectById(oid, true);

Parameters:
oid - The object id of the object to load
Returns:
the corresponding persistent instance

getObjectId

java.lang.Object getObjectId(java.lang.Object pc)
The ObjectId returned by this method represents the JDO identity of the instance. The ObjectId is a copy (clone) of the internal state of the instance, and changing it does not affect the JDO identity of the instance.

The getObjectId method returns an ObjectId instance that represents the object identity of the specified JDO instance. The identity is guaranteed to be unique only in the context of the JDO PersistenceManager that created the identity, and only for two types of JDO Identity: those that are managed by the application, and those that are managed by the data store.

If the object identity is being changed in the transaction, by the application modifying one or more of the application key fields, then this method returns the identity as of the beginning of the transaction. The value returned by getObjectId will be different following afterCompletion processing for successful transactions.

Within a transaction, the ObjectId returned will compare equal to the ObjectId returned by only one among all JDO instances associated with the PersistenceManager regardless of the type of ObjectId.

The ObjectId does not necessarily contain any internal state of the instance, nor is it necessarily an instance of the class used to manage identity internally. Therefore, if the application makes a change to the ObjectId instance returned by this method, there is no effect on the instance from which the ObjectId was obtained.

The getObjectById method can be used between instances of PersistenceManager of different JDO vendors only for instances of persistence capable classes using application-managed (primary key) JDO identity. If it is used for instances of classes using datastore identity, the method might succeed, but there are no guarantees that the parameter and return instances are related in any way.

Parameters:
pc - the PersistenceCapable instance
Returns:
the ObjectId of the instance
See Also:
getTransactionalObjectId(Object pc), getObjectById(Object oid, boolean validate)

getTransactionalObjectId

java.lang.Object getTransactionalObjectId(java.lang.Object pc)
The ObjectId returned by this method represents the JDO identity of the instance. The ObjectId is a copy (clone) of the internal state of the instance, and changing it does not affect the JDO identity of the instance.

If the object identity is being changed in the transaction, by the application modifying one or more of the application key fields, then this method returns the current identity in the transaction.

If there is no transaction in progress, or if none of the key fields is being modified, then this method will return the same value as getObjectId.

Parameters:
pc - a PersistenceCapable instance
Returns:
the ObjectId of the instance
See Also:
getObjectId(Object pc), getObjectById(Object oid, boolean validate)

newObjectIdInstance

java.lang.Object newObjectIdInstance(java.lang.Class pcClass,
                                     java.lang.Object key)
This method returns an object id instance corresponding to the pcClass and key arguments.

Parameters:
pcClass - the Class of the persistence-capable instance
key - for single-field identity, the parameter for the constructor; for non-single-field application identity, the result of toString() on the object id instance.
Returns:
an instance of the object identity class

getObjectsById

java.util.Collection getObjectsById(java.util.Collection oids,
                                    boolean validate)
Return the objects with the given oids.

Parameters:
oids - the oids of the objects to return
validate - if true, the existance of the objects in the datastore will be validated.
Returns:
the objects that were looked up, in the same order as the oids parameter.
Since:
2.0
See Also:
getObjectById(Object,boolean)

getObjectsById

java.util.Collection getObjectsById(java.util.Collection oids)
Return the objects with the given oids. This method is equivalent to calling getObjectsById(Collection, boolean) with the validate flag true.

Parameters:
oids - the oids of the objects to return
Returns:
the objects that were looked up, in the same order as the oids parameter.
Since:
2.0
See Also:
getObjectsById(Collection,boolean)

getObjectsById

java.lang.Object[] getObjectsById(java.lang.Object[] oids,
                                  boolean validate)
Deprecated. 

Return the objects with the given oids.

Parameters:
oids - the oids of the objects to return
validate - if true, the existance of the objects in the datastore will be validated.
Returns:
the objects that were looked up, in the same order as the oids parameter.
Since:
2.0
See Also:
getObjectById(Object,boolean), getObjectsById(boolean,Object...)

getObjectsById

java.lang.Object[] getObjectsById(boolean validate,
                                  java.lang.Object... oids)
Return the objects with the given oids.

Parameters:
oids - the oids of the objects to return
validate - if true, the existance of the objects in the datastore will be validated.
Returns:
the objects that were looked up, in the same order as the oids parameter.
Since:
2.1
See Also:
getObjectById(Object,boolean)

getObjectsById

java.lang.Object[] getObjectsById(java.lang.Object... oids)
Return the objects with the given oids. This method is equivalent to calling getObjectsById(boolean,Object...) with the validate flag true.

Parameters:
oids - the oids of the objects to return
Returns:
the objects that were looked up, in the same order as the oids parameter.
Since:
2.0
See Also:
getObjectsById(boolean,Object...)

makePersistent

<T> T makePersistent(T pc)
Make the parameter instance persistent in this PersistenceManager. This method makes transient instances persistent and applies detached instance changes to the cache. It must be called in the context of an active transaction, or a JDOUserException is thrown. For a transient instance, it assigns an object identity to the instance and transitions it to persistent-new. Any transient instances reachable from this instance via persistent fields of this instance become provisionally persistent, transitively. That is, they behave as persistent-new instances (return true to isPersistent, isNew, and isDirty). But at commit time, the reachability algorithm is run again, and instances made provisionally persistent that are not then reachable from persistent instances will revert to transient.

During makePersistent of transient instances, the create life cycle listener is called.

For detached instances, it locates or instantiates a persistent instance with the same JDO identity as the detached instance, and merges the persistent state of the detached instance into the persistent instance. Only the state of persistent fields is merged. If non-persistent state needs to be copied, the application should use the jdoPostAttach callback or the postAttach lifecycle event listener. Any references to the detached instances from instances in the closure of the parameter instances are modified to refer to the corresponding persistent instance instead of to the detached instance.

During attachment of detached instances, the attach callbacks and attach life cycle listeners are called.

During application of changes of the detached state, if the JDO implementation can determine that there were no changes made during detachment, then the implementation is not required to mark the corresponding instance dirty. If it cannot determine if changes were made, then it must mark the instance dirty. No consistency checking is done during makePersistent of detached instances. If consistency checking is required by the application, then flush or checkConsistency should be called after attaching the instances.

These methods have no effect on parameter persistent instances already managed by this PersistenceManager. They will throw a JDOUserException if the parameter instance is managed by a different PersistenceManager. If an instance is of a class whose identity type (application, datastore, or none) is not supported by the JDO implementation, then a JDOUserException will be thrown for that instance. The return value for parameter instances in the transient or persistent states is the same as the parameter value. The return value for parameter instances in the detached state is the persistent instance corresponding to the detached instance. The return values for makePersistentAll methods correspond by position to the parameter instances.

Parameters:
pc - an instance of a Class that is persistent capable.
Returns:
the parameter instance for parameters in the transient or persistent state, or the corresponding persistent instance for detached parameter instances

makePersistentAll

<T> T[] makePersistentAll(T... pcs)
Make an array of instances persistent.

Parameters:
pcs - an array of instances
Returns:
the parameter instances for parameters in the transient or persistent state, or the corresponding persistent instance for detached parameter instances, in the same order as in the parameter array
See Also:
makePersistent(Object pc)

makePersistentAll

<T> java.util.Collection<T> makePersistentAll(java.util.Collection<T> pcs)
Make a Collection of instances persistent.

Parameters:
pcs - a Collection of instances
Returns:
the parameter instance for parameters in the transient or persistent state, or the corresponding persistent instance for detached parameter instances, with an iteration in the same order as in the parameter Collection
See Also:
makePersistent(Object pc)

deletePersistent

void deletePersistent(java.lang.Object pc)
Delete the persistent instance from the data store. This method must be called in an active transaction. The data store object will be removed at commit. Unlike makePersistent, which makes the closure of the instance persistent, the closure of the instance is not deleted from the data store. This method has no effect if the instance is already deleted in the current transaction. This method throws JDOUserException if the instance is transient or is managed by another PersistenceManager.

Parameters:
pc - a persistent instance

deletePersistentAll

void deletePersistentAll(java.lang.Object... pcs)
Delete an array of instances from the data store.

Parameters:
pcs - a Collection of persistent instances
See Also:
deletePersistent(Object pc)

deletePersistentAll

void deletePersistentAll(java.util.Collection pcs)
Delete a Collection of instances from the data store.

Parameters:
pcs - a Collection of persistent instances
See Also:
deletePersistent(Object pc)

makeTransient

void makeTransient(java.lang.Object pc)
Make an instance transient, removing it from management by this PersistenceManager.

The instance loses its JDO identity and it is no longer associated with any PersistenceManager. The state of fields is preserved unchanged.

Parameters:
pc - the instance to make transient.

makeTransientAll

void makeTransientAll(java.lang.Object... pcs)
Make an array of instances transient, removing them from management by this PersistenceManager.

The instances lose their JDO identity and they are no longer associated with any PersistenceManager. The state of fields is preserved unchanged.

Parameters:
pcs - the instances to make transient.

makeTransientAll

void makeTransientAll(java.util.Collection pcs)
Make a Collection of instances transient, removing them from management by this PersistenceManager.

The instances lose their JDO identity and they are no longer associated with any PersistenceManager. The state of fields is preserved unchanged.

Parameters:
pcs - the instances to make transient.

makeTransient

void makeTransient(java.lang.Object pc,
                   boolean useFetchPlan)
Make an instance transient, removing it from management by this PersistenceManager. If the useFetchPlan parameter is false, this method behaves exactly as makeTransient(Object pc).

The affected instance(s) lose their JDO identity and are no longer associated with any PersistenceManager. The state of fields is unchanged.

If the useFetchPlan parameter is true, then the current FetchPlan is applied to the pc parameter, as if detachCopy(Object) had been called. After the graph of instances is loaded, the instances reachable via loaded fields is made transient. The state of fields in the affected instances is as specified by the FetchPlan.

Unlike detachCopy, the instances are not detached; there is no detachment information in the instances.

The instances to be made transient do not need to implement the javax.jdo.spi.Detachable interface.

Parameters:
pc - the root instance to make transient.
useFetchPlan - whether to use the current fetch plan to determine which fields to load and which instances to make transient
Since:
2.0

makeTransientAll

void makeTransientAll(java.lang.Object[] pcs,
                      boolean useFetchPlan)
Deprecated. 

Make instances transient, removing them from management by this PersistenceManager. If the useFetchPlan parameter is false, this method behaves exactly as makeTransientAll(Object[] pcs).

The affected instance(s) lose their JDO identity and are no longer associated with any PersistenceManager. The state of fields is unchanged.

If the useFetchPlan parameter is true, then the current FetchPlan is applied to the pcs parameters and the entire graph of instances reachable via loaded fields is made transient. The state of fields in the affected instances is as specified by the FetchPlan.

Unlike detachCopy, the instances are not detached; there is no detachment information in the instances.

The instances to be made transient do not need to implement the javax.jdo.spi.Detachable interface.

Parameters:
pcs - the root instances to make transient.
useFetchPlan - whether to use the current fetch plan to determine which fields to load and which instances to make transient
Since:
2.0
See Also:
makeTransientAll(boolean,Object...)

makeTransientAll

void makeTransientAll(boolean useFetchPlan,
                      java.lang.Object... pcs)
Make instances transient, removing them from management by this PersistenceManager. If the useFetchPlan parameter is false, this method behaves exactly as makeTransientAll(Object[] pcs).

The affected instance(s) lose their JDO identity and are no longer associated with any PersistenceManager. The state of fields is unchanged.

If the useFetchPlan parameter is true, then the current FetchPlan is applied to the pcs parameters and the entire graph of instances reachable via loaded fields is made transient. The state of fields in the affected instances is as specified by the FetchPlan.

Unlike detachCopy, the instances are not detached; there is no detachment information in the instances.

The instances to be made transient do not need to implement the javax.jdo.spi.Detachable interface.

Parameters:
pcs - the root instances to make transient.
useFetchPlan - whether to use the current fetch plan to determine which fields to load and which instances to make transient
Since:
2.1

makeTransientAll

void makeTransientAll(java.util.Collection pcs,
                      boolean useFetchPlan)
Make instances transient, removing them from management by this PersistenceManager. If the useFetchPlan parameter is false, this method behaves exactly as makeTransientAll(Collection pcs).

The affected instance(s) lose their JDO identity and are no longer associated with any PersistenceManager. The state of fields is unchanged.

If the useFetchPlan parameter is true, then the current FetchPlan is applied to the pcs parameters and the entire graph of instances reachable via loaded fields is made transient. The state of fields in the affected instances is as specified by the FetchPlan.

Unlike detachCopy, the instances are not detached; there is no detachment information in the instances.

The instances to be made transient do not need to implement the javax.jdo.spi.Detachable interface.

Parameters:
pcs - the root instances to make transient.
useFetchPlan - whether to use the current fetch plan to determine which fields to load and which instances to make transient
Since:
2.0

makeTransactional

void makeTransactional(java.lang.Object pc)
Make an instance subject to transactional boundaries.

Transient instances normally do not observe transaction boundaries. This method makes transient instances sensitive to transaction completion. If an instance is modified in a transaction, and the transaction rolls back, the state of the instance is restored to the state before the first change in the transaction.

For persistent instances read in optimistic transactions, this method allows the application to make the state of the instance part of the transactional state. At transaction commit, the state of the instance in the cache is compared to the state of the instance in the data store. If they are not the same, then an exception is thrown.

Parameters:
pc - the instance to make transactional.

makeTransactionalAll

void makeTransactionalAll(java.lang.Object... pcs)
Make an array of instances subject to transactional boundaries.

Parameters:
pcs - the array of instances to make transactional.
See Also:
makeTransactional(Object pc)

makeTransactionalAll

void makeTransactionalAll(java.util.Collection pcs)
Make a Collection of instances subject to transactional boundaries.

Parameters:
pcs - the Collection of instances to make transactional.
See Also:
makeTransactional(Object pc)

makeNontransactional

void makeNontransactional(java.lang.Object pc)
Make an instance non-transactional after commit.

Normally, at transaction completion, instances are evicted from the cache. This method allows an application to identify an instance as not being evicted from the cache at transaction completion. Instead, the instance remains in the cache with nontransactional state.

Parameters:
pc - the instance to make nontransactional.

makeNontransactionalAll

void makeNontransactionalAll(java.lang.Object... pcs)
Make an array of instances non-transactional after commit.

Parameters:
pcs - the array of instances to make nontransactional.
See Also:
makeNontransactional(Object pc)

makeNontransactionalAll

void makeNontransactionalAll(java.util.Collection pcs)
Make a Collection of instances non-transactional after commit.

Parameters:
pcs - the Collection of instances to make nontransactional.
See Also:
makeNontransactional(Object pc)

retrieve

void retrieve(java.lang.Object pc)
Retrieve field values of an instance from the store. This tells the PersistenceManager that the application intends to use the instance, and its field values must be retrieved.

The PersistenceManager might use policy information about the class to retrieve associated instances.

Parameters:
pc - the instance

retrieve

void retrieve(java.lang.Object pc,
              boolean useFetchPlan)
Retrieve field values of an instance from the store. This tells the PersistenceManager that the application intends to use the instance, and its field values must be retrieved.

If the useFetchPlan parameter is false, this method behaves exactly as the corresponding method without the useFetchPlan parameter. If the useFetchPlan parameter is true, and the fetch plan has not been modified from its default setting, all fields in the current fetch plan are fetched, and other fields might be fetched lazily by the implementation. If the useFetchPlan parameter is true, and the fetch plan has been changed from its default setting, then the fields specified by the fetch plan are loaded, along with related instances specified by the fetch plan.

Parameters:
pc - the instance
useFetchPlan - whether to use the current fetch plan to determine which fields to load and which instances to retrieve.
Since:
2.0

retrieveAll

void retrieveAll(java.util.Collection pcs)
Retrieve field values of instances from the store. This tells the PersistenceManager that the application intends to use the instances, and all field values must be retrieved.

The PersistenceManager might use policy information about the class to retrieve associated instances.

Parameters:
pcs - the instances

retrieveAll

void retrieveAll(java.util.Collection pcs,
                 boolean useFetchPlan)
Retrieve field values of instances from the store. This tells the PersistenceManager that the application intends to use the instances, and their field values should be retrieved. The fields in the current fetch group must be retrieved, and the implementation might retrieve more fields than the current fetch group.

If the useFetchPlan parameter is false, this method behaves exactly as the corresponding method without the useFetchPlan parameter. If the useFetchPlan parameter is true, and the fetch plan has not been modified from its default setting, all fields in the current fetch plan are fetched, and other fields might be fetched lazily by the implementation. If the useFetchPlan parameter is true, and the fetch plan has been changed from its default setting, then the fields specified by the fetch plan are loaded, along with related instances specified by the fetch plan.

Parameters:
pcs - the instances
useFetchPlan - whether to use the current fetch plan to determine which fields to load and which instances to retrieve.
Since:
1.0.1

retrieveAll

void retrieveAll(java.lang.Object... pcs)
Retrieve field values of instances from the store. This tells the PersistenceManager that the application intends to use the instances, and all field values must be retrieved.

The PersistenceManager might use policy information about the class to retrieve associated instances.

Parameters:
pcs - the instances

retrieveAll

void retrieveAll(java.lang.Object[] pcs,
                 boolean useFetchPlan)
Deprecated. 

Retrieve field values of instances from the store. This tells the PersistenceManager that the application intends to use the instances, and their field values should be retrieved. The fields in the current fetch group must be retrieved, and the implementation might retrieve more fields than the current fetch group.

If the useFetchPlan parameter is false, this method behaves exactly as the corresponding method without the useFetchPlan parameter. If the useFetchPlan parameter is true, and the fetch plan has not been modified from its default setting, all fields in the current fetch plan are fetched, and other fields might be fetched lazily by the implementation. If the useFetchPlan parameter is true, and the fetch plan has been changed from its default setting, then the fields specified by the fetch plan are loaded, along with related instances specified by the fetch plan.

Parameters:
pcs - the instances
useFetchPlan - whether to use the current fetch plan to determine which fields to load and which instances to retrieve.
Since:
1.0.1
See Also:
retrieveAll(boolean,Object...)

retrieveAll

void retrieveAll(boolean useFetchPlan,
                 java.lang.Object... pcs)
Retrieve field values of instances from the store. This tells the PersistenceManager that the application intends to use the instances, and their field values should be retrieved. The fields in the current fetch group must be retrieved, and the implementation might retrieve more fields than the current fetch group.

If the useFetchPlan parameter is false, this method behaves exactly as the corresponding method without the useFetchPlan parameter. If the useFetchPlan parameter is true, and the fetch plan has not been modified from its default setting, all fields in the current fetch plan are fetched, and other fields might be fetched lazily by the implementation. If the useFetchPlan parameter is true, and the fetch plan has been changed from its default setting, then the fields specified by the fetch plan are loaded, along with related instances specified by the fetch plan.

Parameters:
pcs - the instances
useFetchPlan - whether to use the current fetch plan to determine which fields to load and which instances to retrieve.
Since:
2.1

setUserObject

void setUserObject(java.lang.Object o)
The application can manage the PersistenceManager instances more easily by having an application object associated with each PersistenceManager instance.

Parameters:
o - the user instance to be remembered by the PersistenceManager
See Also:
getUserObject()

getUserObject

java.lang.Object getUserObject()
The application can manage the PersistenceManager instances more easily by having an application object associated with each PersistenceManager instance.

Returns:
the user object associated with this PersistenceManager
See Also:
setUserObject(java.lang.Object)

getPersistenceManagerFactory

PersistenceManagerFactory getPersistenceManagerFactory()
This method returns the PersistenceManagerFactory used to create this PersistenceManager.

Returns:
the PersistenceManagerFactory that created this PersistenceManager

getObjectIdClass

java.lang.Class getObjectIdClass(java.lang.Class cls)
Return the Class that implements the JDO Identity for the specified PersistenceCapable class. The application can use the returned Class to construct a JDO Identity instance for application identity PersistenceCapable classes. This JDO Identity instance can then be used to get an instance of the PersistenceCapable class for use in the application.

In order for the application to construct an instance of the ObjectId class it needs to know the class being used by the JDO implementation.

Parameters:
cls - the PersistenceCapable Class
Returns:
the Class of the ObjectId of the parameter
See Also:
getObjectById(java.lang.Object, boolean)

setMultithreaded

void setMultithreaded(boolean flag)
Set the Multithreaded flag for this PersistenceManager. Applications that use multiple threads to invoke methods or access fields from instances managed by this PersistenceManager must set this flag to true. Instances managed by this PersistenceManager include persistent or transactional instances of PersistenceCapable classes, as well as helper instances such as Query, Transaction, or Extent.

Parameters:
flag - the Multithreaded setting.

getMultithreaded

boolean getMultithreaded()
Get the current Multithreaded flag for this PersistenceManager.

Returns:
the Multithreaded setting.
See Also:
setMultithreaded(boolean)

setIgnoreCache

void setIgnoreCache(boolean flag)
Set the ignoreCache parameter for queries.

IgnoreCache set to true specifies that for all Query instances created by this PersistenceManager, the default is the cache should be ignored for queries.

Parameters:
flag - the ignoreCache setting.

getIgnoreCache

boolean getIgnoreCache()
Get the ignoreCache setting for queries.

IgnoreCache set to true specifies that for all Query instances created by this PersistenceManager, the default is the cache should be ignored for queries.

Returns:
the ignoreCache setting.

setQueryTimeoutMillis

void setQueryTimeoutMillis(java.lang.Integer interval)
Set the default query timeout setting for all Query instances obtained from this PersistenceManager.

Parameters:
interval - The default timeout setting (millisecs).
Since:
2.3

getQueryTimeoutMillis

java.lang.Integer getQueryTimeoutMillis()
Get the default query timeout setting for all Query instances obtained from this PersistenceManager.

Returns:
the default query timeout setting.
Since:
2.3

getDetachAllOnCommit

boolean getDetachAllOnCommit()
Gets the detachAllOnCommit setting.

Returns:
the detachAllOnCommit setting.
Since:
2.0
See Also:
setDetachAllOnCommit(boolean)

setDetachAllOnCommit

void setDetachAllOnCommit(boolean flag)
Sets the detachAllOnCommit setting.

DetachAllOnCommit set to false specifies that the state of persistent instances in the cache after commit is defined by the retainValues flag. With this flag set to true, during beforeCompletion all cached instances are prepared for detachment according to the fetch plan in effect at commit. Loading fields and unloading fields required by the fetch plan is done after calling the user's beforeCompletion callback. During afterCompletion, before calling the user's afterCompletion callback, all detachable persistent instances in the cache transition to detached; non-detachable persistent instances transition to transient; and detachable instances can be serialized as detached instances. Transient transactional instances are unaffected by this flag.

Since:
2.0
See Also:
getDetachAllOnCommit()

getCopyOnAttach

boolean getCopyOnAttach()
Gets the copyOnAttach setting.

Returns:
the copyOnAttach setting.
Since:
2.1
See Also:
setCopyOnAttach(boolean)

setCopyOnAttach

void setCopyOnAttach(boolean flag)
Sets the copyOnAttach setting.

CopyOnAttach set to true specifies that during makePersistent, copies are made of detached parameter instances. With this flag set to false, detached parameter instances are attached directly and change their state from detached-clean to persistent-clean or from detached-dirty to persistent-dirty.

Since:
2.1
See Also:
getCopyOnAttach()

detachCopy

<T> T detachCopy(T pc)
Detach the specified instance from the PersistenceManager. The flags for detachment (DETACH_LOAD_FIELDS and DETACH_UNLOAD_FIELDS) and the active fetch groups determine the scope of fetching for the graph of instances reachable from the pc parameter. The state of fields in the affected instances is as specified by the FetchPlan.

Parameters:
pc - the instance to detach
Returns:
the detached instance
Since:
2.0
See Also:
detachCopyAll(Object[])

detachCopyAll

<T> java.util.Collection<T> detachCopyAll(java.util.Collection<T> pcs)
Detach the specified instances from the PersistenceManager. The flags for detachment (DETACH_LOAD_FIELDS and DETACH_UNLOAD_FIELDS) and the active fetch groups determine the scope of fetching for the graph of instances reachable from the pcs parameter. The state of fields in the affected instances is as specified by the FetchPlan.

Parameters:
pcs - the instances to detach
Returns:
the detached instances
Since:
2.0
See Also:
detachCopyAll(Object[])

detachCopyAll

<T> T[] detachCopyAll(T... pcs)
Detach the specified instances from the PersistenceManager. The flags for detachment (DETACH_LOAD_FIELDS and DETACH_UNLOAD_FIELDS) and the active fetch groups determine the scope of fetching for the graph of instances reachable from the pcs parameter. The state of fields in the affected instances is as specified by the FetchPlan. The objects returned can be manipulated and re-attached with makePersistentAll(Object[]). The detached instances will be unmanaged copies of the specified parameters, and are suitable for serialization and manipulation outside of a JDO environment. When detaching instances, only fields in the current FetchPlan will be traversed. Thus, to detach a graph of objects, relations to other persistent instances must either be in the default-fetch-group, or in the current custom FetchPlan.

Parameters:
pcs - the instances to detach
Returns:
the detached instances
Throws:
JDOUserException - if any of the instances to be detached do not implement the javax.jdo.spi.Detachable interface.
Since:
2.0
See Also:
makePersistentAll(Object[]), getFetchPlan()

putUserObject

java.lang.Object putUserObject(java.lang.Object key,
                               java.lang.Object val)
Put the specified key-value pair into the map of user objects.

Since:
2.0

getUserObject

java.lang.Object getUserObject(java.lang.Object key)
Get the value for the specified key from the map of user objects.

Parameters:
key - the key of the object to be returned
Returns:
the object
Since:
2.0

removeUserObject

java.lang.Object removeUserObject(java.lang.Object key)
Remove the specified key and its value from the map of user objects.

Parameters:
key - the key of the object to be removed
Since:
2.0

flush

void flush()
Flushes all dirty, new, and deleted instances to the data store. It has no effect if a transaction is not active.

If a datastore transaction is active, this method synchronizes the cache with the datastore and reports any exceptions.

If an optimistic transaction is active, this method obtains a datastore connection, synchronizes the cache with the datastore using this connection and reports any exceptions. The connection obtained by this method is held until the end of the transaction.

If exceptions occur during flush, the implementation will set the current transaction's RollbackOnly flag (see Transaction.setRollbackOnly()).

Since:
2.0

checkConsistency

void checkConsistency()
Validates the PersistenceManager cache with the datastore. This method has no effect if a transaction is not active.

If a datastore transaction is active, this method verifies the consistency of instances in the cache against the datastore. An implementation might flush instances as if flush() were called, but it is not required to do so.

If an optimistic transaction is active, this method obtains a datastore connection and verifies the consistency of the instances in the cache against the datastore. If any inconsistencies are detected, a JDOOptimisticVerificationException is thrown. This exception contains a nested JDOOptimisticVerificationException for each object that failed the consistency check. No datastore resources acquired during the execution of this method are held beyond the scope of this method.

Since:
2.0

getFetchPlan

FetchPlan getFetchPlan()
Returns the FetchPlan used by this PersistenceManager.

Returns:
the FetchPlan
Since:
2.0

newInstance

<T> T newInstance(java.lang.Class<T> pcClass)
Creates an instance of a persistence-capable interface, or of a concrete or abstract class. The returned instance is transient.

Parameters:
pcClass - Must be a persistence-capable interface, or a concrete or abstract class that is declared in the metadata.
Returns:
the created instance
Since:
2.0

getSequence

Sequence getSequence(java.lang.String name)
Returns the sequence identified by name.

Parameters:
name - the name of the Sequence
Returns:
the Sequence
Since:
2.0

getDataStoreConnection

JDOConnection getDataStoreConnection()
If this method is called while a datastore transaction is active, the object returned will be enlisted in the current transaction. If called in an optimistic transaction or outside an active transaction, the object returned will not be enlisted in any transaction.

Returns:
the JDOConnection instance
Since:
2.0

addInstanceLifecycleListener

void addInstanceLifecycleListener(InstanceLifecycleListener listener,
                                  java.lang.Class... classes)
Adds the listener instance to the list of lifecycle event listeners. The classes parameter identifies all of the classes of interest. If the classes parameter is specified as null, events for all persistent classes and interfaces will be sent to listenerInstance.

The listenerInstance will be called for each event for which it implements the corresponding listenerInstance interface.

Parameters:
listener - the lifecycle listener
classes - the classes of interest to the listener
Since:
2.0

removeInstanceLifecycleListener

void removeInstanceLifecycleListener(InstanceLifecycleListener listener)
Removes the listener instance from the list of lifecycle event listeners.

Parameters:
listener - the listener instance to be removed
Since:
2.0

getServerDate

java.util.Date getServerDate()
Get the Date as seen by the server. Clients using this method can order their operations according to a single time source. Implementations use the setting of the server time zone to prepare a Date instance that represents UTC time on the server.

Returns:
a Date instance corresponding to the UTC Date as seen by the server
Since:
2.1

getManagedObjects

java.util.Set getManagedObjects()
Get the objects managed by this persistence manager.

Returns:
the objects
Since:
2.1

getManagedObjects

java.util.Set getManagedObjects(java.util.EnumSet<ObjectState> states)
Get the objects managed by this persistence manager having the specified object states.

Parameters:
states - The states of objects that we are interested in
Returns:
the objects
Since:
2.1

getManagedObjects

java.util.Set getManagedObjects(java.lang.Class... classes)
Get the objects managed by this persistence manager being instances of the specified classes.

Parameters:
classes - The classes of objects that we are interested in
Returns:
the objects
Since:
2.1

getManagedObjects

java.util.Set getManagedObjects(java.util.EnumSet<ObjectState> states,
                                java.lang.Class... classes)
Get the objects managed by this persistence manager having the specified object states and being instances of the specified classes.

Parameters:
states - The states of objects that we are interested in
classes - The classes of objects that we are interested in
Returns:
the objects
Since:
2.1

getFetchGroup

FetchGroup getFetchGroup(java.lang.Class cls,
                         java.lang.String name)
Get a modifiable FetchGroup for the Class and name. If a modifiable FetchGroup already exists in the PersistenceManager scope, return it. If not, create and populate a new FetchGroup from the existing definition in the PersistenceManager or PersistenceManagerFactory. If the definition for the FetchGroup is not in scope in either the PersistenceManager or PersistenceManagerFactory, create it with no members. The FetchGroup immediately becomes active and in scope of the PersistenceManager, and hides the corresponding fetch group in the PersistenceManagerFactory.

Parameters:
cls - the class or interface for the FetchGroup
name - the name of the fetch group
Returns:
the FetchGroup
Throws:
JDOUserException - if the class is not a persistence-capable class or interface
Since:
2.2


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